As long as we wake up in the morning, we have 24 hours with which to create our day. Every change in our future starts with actions that we take today. When people tell me they want to learn daytrading, I always respond that the best thing to do is start studying.
Changing your profession is not something to be taken lightly or without proper action. If you have already read my book, you know that Sarah and I believe that someone can learn how to trade with the proper effort. Those that succeed in changing their lives put in the effort.
Sharing to help you takes time out of my day, and the reward is hearing how I have inspired others to motivate themselves. It is not easy to put in extra effort to change your own life, but the results are 100% worth it.
Never did I think 4 years ago that I would be working from home with two loving daughters. However once I became a mom, there was a fire within me to change my life to be home for our girls.
What is your motivation? Do you believe you can become a profitable trader? If not, what is holding you back? Is it a fear to take the time to invest in yourself? Is it a time constraint with your current job?
No matter what your answer is there is always a solution to make things happen in life. It will likely take work and potentially cut into your free time. Invest in yourself and take the time. Your future self with thank you for all the hard work.
You will likely be happier when you have the freedom to plan trips to anywhere, have all your bills paid and work from anywhere you choose to work.
Slowly but surely, you will start making profits first a couple dollars, then a couple hundred. Before you know it you will have a couple thousand and above days. Know that everyone has the potential inside of them it depends on how badly you want to make it happen. Not everyone has the same timeframe in trading success and your only competition is yourself.
Did you learn more about trading today than you knew yesterday? Did you improve today? Take the time to put aside at least 30 min today to continue to learn.
I feel that once you know how to technically read a chart it can be applied to stocks, options and potentially futures and cryptocurrencies. I don’t trade futures or cryptocurrencies, but I want to learn more.
I’m in the process of learning how to open a crypto account and how to make that happen. There is so much chatter about it now and I believe that going to a couple global cryptocurrencies is possible. Just think about how the world was revolutionized with credit cards. Or the transition from records to tapes to cds to mp3s.
The electronic revolution is upon us at this time. I will slowly be learing more about this crypto world and once I figure out how to get the accounts open, investing in cryptos.
Everyday brings you a blank canvas to create. If you want to make this leap into trading don’t wait! Start today. I’m a mom of two girls now and it is the best blessing for our family.
I hope it all helps and I love to hear feedback. Also keep you eyes open for the details on my upcoming Women in Trading Seminar June 23, 2018 in Orlando. And the answer is no it is not just for women. It is primarily women traders that will be presenting and have a more nuturing approach to seeing others succeed in trading.
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