Let’s have a look at some basic needs to find out our story. Let your mind go back to the past, remember that first day when you decided to make your first trade. What was your inspiration, what was your level of preparedness?
Can a person’s mission be already predetermined?
Obviously, the expectation of success was the feeling that had overwhelmed you. Your confidence was at its highest levels, you felt strong enough to achieve something good. Such pure feelings, full of optimism. Emotions that can “travel” to the past, you can relive them in the present and feel them once more in the future.
From the first day, regardless of the outcome, you chose the path that would be capable of leading you to the present. A path that will eventually lead you to the future, and as a recurring cycle that will eventually lead you to your starting point.
Your experiences will bring your evolution.
The more you’ve lived, the greater your evolution will be. Through the profits, you will fulfil your desires, and through the losses, you will cultivate your mentality. Here, everything matters, as long as you do everything by the book!
Think about what might be your ideal future and make the right choices in the present. The future might be the ultimate destination, like becoming a top trader. However, the future will take the form of the present and the past within the recurring cycle of reality.
At this point you will realize that to achieve something, you have to keep those primary feelings of self-confidence and the expectation of success alive throughout your journey.
So, can a person’s mission be already predetermined? If you don’t dare to trade, you may never know!
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