If you are someone who feels the need to control everything and everyone around you and micro-manage everything, you honestly may want to re-think if trading is for you. That may sound harsh😮, but it’s either that or make some mental and behavioral changes if you want to be a successful trader 📈. Trading success is largely the result of letting go of things. You must let of your trade once it’s live, set it and forget it. You have to let go of your desire to control and be in control of the market📊📈📉. Being too involved with ANYTHING, whether its relationships, business, or trading is usually a terrible idea that often brings you the opposite of what you want.
USDCAD : rejecting from a fibs 61.8 level to the downside if it closes with a bearish pin bar below 61.8 level then that's confirm out sell bias 👍
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Unfortunately, time machines haven’t been invented yet 😂. Fortunately, however, you can learn from my past mistakes and figure out how to avoid them, potentially saving you thousands 💰 💰. So, in an indirect way, you sort of can go “back in time”😂 . You see, I’ve been in your shoes, I’ve thought what you’re thinking and I’ve experienced the same trading frustrations you’re experiencing😮 and I’ve made it through to the “other side”😐. I have a virtual blueprint of what you should and should not do in regards to trading the market📊📈. ________
these are some solutions for dealing with the most common reasons traders fail to make 💰. I have walked the exact same path your walking right now when I first started my trading career📊📈 and I too have experienced most of these problems along the way. It’s not enough to be aware of the problem, you must actually implement each solution consistently.💡 ________
My dream is for them to have freedom, but not the kind of freedom that we are told we already have.
What do addiction, obesity, pollution, and climate change all have in common?
All four are connected, as they represent our insatiable desire to CONSUME. We need the next drink or drug to fill the nagging void that we pretend doesn’t exist, we eat unhealthy things in large quantities because they make us “feel better” in the moment, and we buy more “stuff” because we think that will somehow make us MORE.
All of these things imprison us, as we chase our tails searching for the next fix. I’ve done all of them, and all it got me was misery. Honestly, it almost cost me my life, the same way it took my father away from me. My biggest nightmare is that my sons will fall into the same trap, a trap that society considers “normal,” just because everyone is doing it.
But everyone, especially in this country, is addicted to consuming, and it’s killing us. That shouldn’t be normal.
We’ve become so enslaved by instant gratification that we are completely ignoring the big picture. We are leaving future generations with a cultural pattern of self destruction that they will automatically be born into--and they’ll never even know it. It will just seem...normal.
But...I still want to consume.
I want to consume more music and books and experiences and knowledge. I want to consume more sunrises and mountains and playing with my kids while they’re still young. I want to consume more memories with my family and friends, and I want to consume the energy I feel when I’m playing music and the crowd pours their soul back into you. That’s the best drug I have ever known.
I’m tired of the old way. I’ve had enough. It never worked for me and it never will.
My only goal now is to make sure my sons don’t repeat my mistakes, or worse, the mistakes of their grandfather--who they never got to meet.
3 3723 July, 2019
Brick & Mortar vs. Click & Order
I used to own a "brick & mortar" business. It was a 15,000 sq ft World Gym, and it cost me $40,000 in cash to get started, a $700,000 bank loan, and it carried a monthly lease of $15,000. Total monthly operating expenses were north of $20k.
I worked 80 hour weeks, dealt with angry members and lazy employees, cleaned the toilets and opened and closed the joint. But hey, at least I could drive my friends by the place and say "see that?? I own that!"
But what did I really own?
A bad job with low pay and long hours that I was chained to 24-7. We were able to make it profitable in two years, but when I saw the trajectory of how many years it would take for this behemoth to fulfill my dreams, I wanted out! Fortunately, my partner scraped up enough to buy me out, and while I wasn't thrilled about the final settlement, it was 2008 and the economy tanked two months later. He was left with an albatross that eventually bankrupted him.
Fast forward to 2014 and my online "click and order" business. Let's see how it compares to my brick and mortar biz: $299 to get started, no employees to hire or fire, work when I want and where I want, open 24-7/365, no angry members to deal with, free training, and all the marketing and research is done FOR ME. I covered my original investment in less than a week, and I've never looked back.
Pretty easy to see who the winner is.
What has been your experience with brick and mortar vs click and order?
In our culture, we have many sayings and colloquialisms that we use on a regular basis. They are so ingrained into our daily discourse that we hardly give them much thought as they escape our lips or enter our heads.
They can have a nice ring to them, but they can also keep us chained like a slave to a mundane life. They seem innocent enough, but they pollute our belief system and blind us to new ideas and possibilities. So, with no further adieu, here are my top 5 “popular sayings” that need to become extinct: “Thank God It’s Friday!” This one seems cheerful, right? Even displays a bit of gratitude.
All this saying does is condemn the other 4 weekdays as a means to an end, reducing your life to the weekend and the anticipation of relief from the drudgery of life. And let’s be honest, no one really likes Sundays because you already start worrying about Monday--hammered home by the ever popular “I hate Mondays” slogan that we love to throw around.
Yes, I know there are good days and bad days, but when you predetermine what the day will be like just because of what day of the week it falls on, you are setting yourself up for years of misery. Mondays only suck when you expect them to. “Murphy’s Law--whatever can go wrong, WILL go wrong.” This common diddy is patently ridiculous, but mostly from gross misinterpretation.
Wanna know how it started? An engineer by the name of Edward Murphy was working with the US Air Force on the human tolerance of G-Force in the late 1940s. In short, he kept making error after error, and some of his colleagues commented: "If that guy has any way of making a mistake, he will." That’s it.
From that, we somehow got this “law” that whatever can go wrong will go wrong.
What a bunch of bs. A meteor could fall on your head in the next five minutes, but guess what? It won’t.
There ya go. “Law” debunked. Stop saying it!
6 4817 May, 2019
3 1/2 years ago, when I decided to take a chance on something. I didn’t realize the gift I was giving my family. I didn’t quite understand what residual meant. I didn’t understand what I was doing. .
As I look back on my “not quite sure what I was doing” choice. I offer gratitude. Let me share why.
Residual income is money earned on a a reoccurring basis. Meaning, it’s not based on hours in = hours out. I don’t have to worry about being at a desk, working a certain amount of hours to earn a paycheck. Why does this matter? .
Because in the last 18 months I have had to take “time off” for the death of my grandma, and my sons stay in the hospital. Why does residual income matter to any of this? Because I didn’t have to worry about “time off”, or “sick pay” or even “bereavement”. I was able to be with my family each and every time I needed to. My check still came in the mail. I could still pay my bills. We, as a family, didn’t need to worry about our money. Me missing “time” didn’t make me miss out on any money. .
This doesn’t mean I don’t work. This means that what I do today, I will get paid for for years to come. My lifetime actually, and my children’s. Because I can will my business to them. What 9-5 offers that? Not even my yoga teachings can do that. .
In retrospect, listening to my mother about teaching, sharing and empowering others with their health and well-being, was one of the most important decisions of my life. She suggested it to me when it wasn’t even on my radar. .
What would your life look like with residual income in it? What freedom would you find? ✨🙏🏻✨
. #selfemployment#selfmade#mompreneur#myjourney#endlessincome#residualincome#family#familylife#alwayssupported#liveforfreedom#freedom#finincialfreedom#myownboss#gratitude#health#purpose#abundance#essentiallyom#yogaandoils (Picture taken at my Grandmothers gravesite in Oakley, Idaho by my Mom 💜)
Have you ever felt like something is bothering you but you can’t quite put your finger on it? Or maybe you have a tornado of thoughts in your head and you just don’t feel settled? When this happens to me, I take 3 deep breaths, and I remember the acronym “SHIFT,” which stands for Spirit, Health, Intellect, Finances, and Teamwork. The 5 most important areas of life.
If something is wrong, it’s got to be one of these 5.
So I rate how I am feeling about each area on a scale of 1 to 10. The one that has the lowest score is what I put my focus on. If my spiritual life and health are good, but I’m dealing with a financial situation, that gets my attention. If I’m feeling intellectually strong, but one of my relationships (Teamwork) isn’t up to par, that’s the squeaky wheel that gets the grease.
Once I’ve identified the area that needs improvement, things start to calm down. You can’t change what you don’t acknowledge, so just recognizing the problem will bring the anxiety level down. Once I start taking action, my focus increases, and the nagging feeling that some unknown force is “bugging me” seems to evaporate. Works every time.
Try it for yourself and feel free to post any questions. This is a simple effective process that will save you time, energy, and sanity. Give it a shot!
4 407 May, 2019
What's stopping you from starting your dream business? Do you think you need some extra money? Maybe it doesn't feel like it's the right time ...
Every experience I’ve ever had in my life, from the magnificent to the mundane, has been valuable. But without question, the most difficult times of my life have been the most valuable. As human beings, we are wired to seek pleasure or to avoid pain in everything we do, and while seeking pleasure is a motivator, pain has been a paradigm shifting slingshot for me, particularly the emotional kind.
I would love to tell you that I’ve handled every painful experience in my life--divorce, alcohol abuse, death of a loved one--with a brave stoicism, but that’s simply not the case. In fact, I usually made the situation much worse for myself before it got better. I don’t recommend this to you, but we all have our thresholds, and when you finally reach yours there is an opportunity for new life. This is why pain because it is inevitable, is also invaluable.
The number one reason that this pain is so priceless is that your experience will eventually help someone who is going through the same thing. Sharing your experience will not only help others make it through, but it gives true value to your experience and to your life as a whole. To feel useful and wanted is a deeply engraved human need, so helping others by sharing your pain or your mistakes is like turning straw into gold.
I also don’t recommend you go searching for pain, it finds us all from time to time. Just know that when you are going through it that it is never wasted time, and you are not alone. There will always be someone willing to help you that has been there before, and there will always be someone you can help out once you’ve gone through it.
Pain is inevitable, but the lessons and experience it contains are the building blocks for a wonderful life. Adversity provides us with the tools we need to keep moving forward, and to help others along the way.
3 3014 February, 2019
What is one thing you wish you would have known before becoming an entrepreneur? Comment down below and we can all learn for there 😊
Mine was to focus my all in one thing.
2 1110 February, 2019
Hello everyone, this is my new instargram where I will be keeping track of my journey and posting my analysis. I started in September 11 2018 and to tell you the truth, it has been a rough start but I am not surprised by it. I am still here and account is still alive and well. Here to learn and share my experience and any knowledge that I gain. Goal in 2019 is to be wiser and more disciplined. Let's make it a good one.
We all have something we would like to change, improve, or stop doing to ourselves repeatedly. But days, weeks, and years seem to slip by and things never seem to get better. Usually, they get worse.
What thing would you like to change that you can start today?
Not next month, not when the weather gets warm, not tomorrow.
Focus on offering a valuable services to build a strong finincial base.....
Whenever i say quit your job and start a business that means first setting up a sustainable service based business or keeping up your job and starting a side busienss....
Then after a while there is a time when you are ready to work for freedom forever....
Follow @lokeshmali_ for awesome content .
. #freedomchaser #finincialfreedom #escaperatrace #quit9to5 #richdadpoordad
7 4009 January, 2019
Never Thank God It’s Friday
We’ve all heard and said the phrase “Thank God It’s Friday!” at some point. We say it at the office, say it on social media, say it in passing, and feel it deep within our souls. That tingly little feeling that the dreaded work week has come to end and we now get two whole days of joy and relaxation.
We love to “hate” Mondays, we signal the halfway point with “hump day,” and thank God it’s all over with on Friday, only to repeat the process again 48 hours later.
Let’s be honest, it’s not even a full 48 hours, because on Sunday we already start catastrophizing what’s coming tomorrow: Monday. The horror.
You’ve fallen into the trap, which is the belief that work sucks and Mondays are the worst.
Don’t worry, you’ll get plenty of validation from your colleagues, as well as friends & family who will gladly cosign your bullshit. The hard part is destroying this deeply ingrained cultural mantra, and here’s how you do it:
Do something you LOVE on Mondays. Every Monday. Make Monday something to look forward to, no matter what that entails.
If you hate your job, you should probably look for another job. Why do something you hate for 5/7 of your life?
No job, occupation, or business is without headaches. But you know deep down in your soul if the job you have now is not where you should be. You just know it.
You don’t have to quit today, but start looking for something you love or enjoy, or look for something that gives you the time and freedom to do the things you love and enjoy.
I once owned a gym. I thought I had arrived. Turns out, all I had was the worst job imaginable. I had all the responsibility, not enough pay, 80 hour work weeks, and no freedom or flexibility.
I had arrived all right...in hell!
Now I have a home based business that I love. The pay is great, and I can come and go as I please. I make money while I sleep, and I never dread Mondays. In fact, I “thank God” for them.
If you’re happy where you are, by all means, keep doing what you do. But if you hate Mondays and “thank God It’s Friday” at the end of every week, that may be telling you it’s time for a change. #TGIM
2 617 January, 2019
Before we talk about your kids , are you yourself involved in this revolution. If answer is 'no' ,look no further( Just click link in bio)
🇳🇴NORWAY🇳🇴 On our newly promoted TC Mr & Mrs Malik Meesam 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏 Congratulations for your promotion on the position of Team Coordinator (TC)! This dynamic Young Couple started ACN about 9 weeks ago!! Prior to ACN they were owning a restaurant. By their consistency, persistency, insistency and all-in- mindset, today they achieved their dynamic position as TC!! Massive Congratulations go to them, their dynamic team and TTM Leadership. In ACN “Success is not for the chosen few, but it’s for the few who chose to be successful”
All the credits go to our SVP & COC Mr Asad Ali, Mr Dipak Kerai Ttm, Hetal Kerai Ttm(Regional Directors), Mr Owais Ttm, (Regional Director),Mr Tosif Elahi (Team Coordinator), Mr Ttm Nazim Hussain, #ACN 26 years proven system and #TTM leadership. Looking forward to see more leaders on the board. Its just the beginning of the beginning.
Congratulations also to all our new ETTs, ETLs and who got their personal points.
Time is much more valuable than money, for two main reasons:
1) You can always make more money, you can never create more time
2) None of us knows exactly how much time we have
If you’re spending all of your time trying to make money, you are trading a valuable commodity for a less valuable one--like trading quarters for nickels. Who would do that?
The only way off of this hamster wheel is by creating passive income--which anyone can do.
The internet has made it incredibly simple, and there are millions of ways to do it, but the reason people don’t is because they have been brainwashed into thinking there is only one way to make money--being a “good employee.” You don’t have to quit your day job to make passive income, but when it gives you more and more time freedom the choice will be yours. Ask yourself these questions…
1) How much freedom does my current occupation give me?
2) Can I travel when I want to travel?
3) Can I afford to do the things I REALLY want to do?
4) Am I working on my own dreams--or someone else’s?
5) Do I have plenty of time to spend with my family and friends?
6) If I get sick or injured will money keep coming in any way?
And last but not least…
7) Am I ready to add passive income, more freedom, and choices to my life?
So this happened yesterday 🙌 This last year has completely changed my life! I have been driving around the same car since I was 18, not because I wanted to, but because I was never in the position to buy a car without ALOT of help from someone else. And I am the type of person that can't ask that of someone. I never imagined, even just a year ago, that I'd be where I'm at right now and #itsonlythebeginning 2015 is going to be the best yet! Being able to purchase this car Hans Solo style with out a consigner is a testament to just how far I've come. It may seem silly to some people, like 'dude it's just a car' but to me, this represents financial freedom and financial independence. Something I never thought I could have, until I decided that I would chase after the life that I wanted and most importantly deserved #advocare#buildingchampions#TheFew
HAPPY FRIDAY!!!!! 🤪 I can’t focus at work right now 😜
My team is amazing❤️🎉💎 We just hit 120 team members and to think we are not even a yr old yet. I began my Paparazzi journey October 11th 2017 but gained my first business partner in December 1st. From December till now 120 people later. Paparazzi is changing lives y’all!!! Im trying to tell you.
Get on this train 🚂 NOW!! While the company is still young. There are so many amazing benefits I would love to share with you. #teamradiantresilience#sisterhood#finincialfreedom#entrepreneur#lifechanging www.mercedejewelrybox.com