“You don’t have the second chance,” we’re often told, “to make a good first impression.” I do agree. At least, to the extent that some eccentric philosophers and sociologist don’t find themselves arguing over this avowal in a town hall meeting on a warm Friday afternoon.
In such instance, the term ‘first impression’ could turn out to be the proverbial coat of many colours.
But then nobody appears, at least relatively speaking, to be talking about or paying much attention to the philosophy or concept of ‘last impression.’
Last impression, I have come to realize that, it’s often the last thing in the minds of most folks.
They are more concerned about the scent of their expensive perfume spreading as soon as they walked into a room than they are leaving the room, knowing that at the end, some dude or dudette finds the sweetest palm wine at the bottom pot of their engagement.
But some good comedians, film makers, writers, musicians, those who worth their salt, seem to know better; they know how to leave their audience with something more worthwhile to gossip about ‘at the end’. They know how to aggregate a juicy punchline at the end of their tales.
I think as entrepreneurs, no matter the business we run, we must learn to be strategic and deliberate about stacking up our superior service experience and marketplace engagement towards a fine tipping edge of our pole of value chain proposition.
Let’s learn to cover our entire value proposition, from start to finish, with the blood of mind-blowing, unforgettable experience so that our tribe can be healed of any ailment of doubt or commoditization by the time they leave our crusade at the end.
Don’t heal them at the beginning and leave them sick at the end. What’s the point? Starting well is good, no doubt, but finishing with a loud bang is better!
Let your last impression always stand taller and sweeter above your first. When it comes to your last impression in your market space, be keen as mustard. Your first impression is what introduces you to your market, but it’s your last impression that earns you the next invitation and market loyalty.
So do very well to keep the door open by besting your punchline.
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How to Gain Self-confidence as a Professional Trader
Confidence is one of the key ingredients which will allow you to trade the market like a pro trader. If you wish to build your career in the investment world, we strongly recommend that you learn to take the trades with strong confidence. It might take a while to get used to the overall concept of trading but once you become good at analyzing the market data, you can build your confidence level. But developing your skill in the retail trading industry is not that easy. You have to follow some specific rules and only then you can expect to become a full-time trader.
In this article, we are going to give you some advanced tips which will allow you to trade the market with a high level of precision. Once you become good at following the tips mentioned in this article, you will never struggle in the ETF trading industry.
Forget about the past trades
The novice traders get biased with the losing trades. They keep on monitoring the market and repent of their mistakes. On the contrary, the professional traders take smart steps and without any repentance, they look for the next trade signals. If you wish to develop yourself as a professional trader, we strongly recommend that you forget about your past trades. You can’t undo your past. Instead, look for the next trade signals strategically and try to find the solutions to this market.
Trade with long term goals
You must take the trades in the market with long-term goals. Without setting up long-term goals in the investment business, it is very hard to stay tuned with the market changes. View the website of Saxo and learn about the importance of having strong determination in the trading business. Unless you are determined with your actions, you will keep on losing money most of the time. So, follow a conservative way and systematically take the trades. Once you become good at evaluating the key direction of the market, you can easily change your life.
Analyze the high impact news
Learning about fundamental analysis will improve your decision-making skills to a great extent. Very few traders in the retail trading industry have the skills to evaluate the fundamental data in the market. If you want to survive in the retail market, you must learn to take your trades systematically. Forget the fact that you are know everything about this market. See how the news data changes the course of the trend. As you become skilled in analyzing high-impact news, you will slowly learn to take the trades with strong confidence. This will also make you a better trader and let you systematically trade this market.
Create a trading routine
To build strong confidence in the trading profession, you should trade the market with a balanced trading routine. Unless you take your trades with a proper trading routine, it will be really hard to bring any positive change to your trading system. As a trader, you might be thinking that you know every bit of detail. But this is not all true. In your trading routine, you must define all the basic rules. If you don’t trade the market with predefined rules, it will be a big challenge to make bring changes to your trading system. Follow the basic rules and trade the market with long-term goals.
Trade with low risk
You should always trade the market with low risk. Once you start taking the trades with managed risk, it will become an easy task to develop self-confidence. The majority of novice traders don’t have the strong skills to deal with the complex market. Usually, they aggressively take the trades and they lose a significant portion of the trading capital. So, trade with only 2% risk in the trades and it will help you to build strong confidence at trading.
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