The aim of today's post is to highlight two lessons we discussed in previous years, which came into play in a recent price sequence.
We don't profit from regret. We profit from quality decisions in the NOW.
So when you miss a price sequence that you feel you "should have" caught, you need a way to move past it quickly to ensure that it doesn't negatively affect further decision making.
I find these two lessons quite effective in helping me get over missed opportunity:
Lesson 1: It wasn't mine to catch. If it was, I would have caught it. Let it go.
Lesson 2: Remain focused. There might just be an opportunity to get in on a retest.
Related article: It Wasn't Mine to Take but the Next One Will Be