Rob and Jason also discuss how becoming conflict-driven can help your trading (and your life), and it can assist you in learning to pounce on opportunities when they occur. Rob talks about how one can improve as a trader by saying exactly what’s on one’s mind. Rob discusses how these principles might apply to job-interviewing techniques, for instance, and Rob tells a fascinating story about a job interview that he once had with a company was so successful that he unintentionally caused a stir within the company. So, if you want to be more explicit in expressing what you want out of life and out of your trading career, then listen to Episode 119.
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