its not just a trading mindset though its every thing in daily life that makes it harder, bad day at work argument with the other half or covid, finding it hard to have a clear mind at any point these days.
I agree with the author of the post. Thinking is a fundamental part of successful trading for any trader. It is especially important to accept your losses and draw the right conclusions that will help in the future. You must always be purposeful and constantly develop in trading and never standstill. This all sounds very simple, but in fact, to be a calm trader, you need to learn to be very disciplined and reserved. It's also beneficial to choose the right type of trading and proper risk management, which will minimize your stress in failure.
You have to be neither greedy nor too cautious to miss trading opportunities. It is also important to understand that if you expect high reward you have also to accept higher risk, i.e. probability to lose. Many newbies miss this important concept and hence lose quickly. They think only about profits forgetting that their primary focus should be on managing loss.
Your mindset develops as time passes with trading. Your beginning trading will be different after having experience of trading. When we talk about the wrong mindset it is your approach to get out of trading it should be trained because forex is not a money-making machine. Then they will do trading with a realistic approach.