Not every session trades as you wish it would have traded.
Not every opportunity will be caught.
Not every trade will work.
But remain patient.
Sometimes all it takes is one trade to make a session.
Let's look at one session that with hindsight MASSIVELY underperforms what was available; but still provided a positive result when I finally caught one decent trade.
And that's ok.
You can't catch every move.
Review all sessions to see how you could have traded them better. Learn from the experience. And move on to the next session.
Two trade sequences only.
The first positioned in the wrong direction, although still providing a small profit to compensate for the risk.
The second worked well.
When I was a newbie I would have been disappointed with this result. What I achieved was MUCH LESS than what hindsight would suggest was available.
Now, I'm happy with this result. In fact, I'm happy with any session that ends with a profit.
Sure, I'll review it again and replay sequences to see where I can improve.
But the obvious lesson for me here was… PATIENCE… all you need is one good trade to make a session!