Comfort Zone

I was recently in my local Costco, a somewhat daily event which drives my wife insane. Last minute Christmas gifts no longer line the front entrance. They've been replaced with exercise equipment and vitamins. The local Lifetime Fitness is promoting their New Year's Day challenge run in an effort to promote January as commitment time. 2015 will end…
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Multitasking

Let me get this straight. You want me to sit at my desk without a break for over six hours. Under the radiant heat of three or four monitors while squinting to read really small red and green numbers? And I need to do mathematical calculations to determine, with microsecond speed, if I should risk my capital?…
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Short Term Bias

Imagine every night after work, with the sun already set, you take a leisurely walk through your neighborhood. From the crisp fall air, to the winter chill, to the sounds of summer, this activity is done throughout the year with great anticipation. You've walked the same route for twenty years, without fail. Then one night, someone…
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Entry, Exit And Risk

We previously discussed the need for multiple strategies in A Football Analogy. How you cannot be dependent purely on entry. Why you need strategies for exits and managing risk. And how absent these tools, achieving success is near impossible. Yet the majority of participants continue to focus primarily on entry. Studying the exit only when…
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