So you’ve seen both roles.
The different dynamics of being a Jason or being a Tony.
Does one seem eerily familiar?
I bet it does.
A Jason is a “jack of all trades” pardon the pun.
Every new product is the answer, the strategy to launch him into the stratosphere.
The marketing guru’s know how a Jason operates, so they write copy and do hype and hoopla videos for the Jason’s of the world.
The outcome is predictable.
A Jason may even know he’s a Jason but just doesn’t know how to change…yet.
Tony’s do things differently.
A Tony knows it’s about building a real business and all you really have to do is one thing really well.
Your mindset before you even start is everything.
Tony’s are focused on one core trading strategy, that’s it.
I gave you one sub-part of that core strategy earlier.
They do and look at nothing else.
The essence of a Tony is simply the trading process.
The most successful Tony’s are…
-thinking about creating a real business
-how well they can follow there the process
-never over-leveraging their account
-sticking to risk levels in-conjunction with their account size
-keeping a detailed journal
Consequently, the side effects of doing all the things above leads to a crap load of money.
Look, some people are happy operating as a Jason and that’s fine but if you want to start operating like a Tony then we’d love to have you as part of our circle.
Now as you’ve probably noticed…we operate differently.
…when you click that link it will take you to a form where you wil need to answer a few questions.
We just want to know where you’re currently at in your trading cycle.
We’ve been doing this for many years and we understand who we can help.
The fact is some of you may not make it in.
Once we have reviewed your questionnaire we will get back to you within 3 days to let you know if we can continue this conversation on the inside.
All the best with your trading.
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