The Key To Success As An Investor (And In Life)
The three pillars for success
I don't know if you have ever noticed, but there is no successful person who does not have total and absolute control over his emotions. I would go so far as to say that, in addition to having complete control over their feelings, they know every one of their flaws and where they fail.
If you have ever done CrossFit, there is a very common saying within the box, and it is that: "You are as good or bad as the exercise that you are worst at doing". In the CrossFit world, you can be a very strong person, and your lifts can be very good, but if you can't run or swim, you're not going to be any good.
It's the same in the investment world (and in life). The fear of exposing your weaknesses makes a successful person successful while others are not. Believe that you can and practice constantly repeating your weaknesses until they become your strengths.
"I don't fear the one who practices 1,000 kicks 1 time. I fear the one who practices 1 kick 1,000 times".
To achieve it all comes…