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Van Tharp’s Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom is everything you need in a single book. There are so many people selling people selling their trading systems out there and promising some secret sauce. This book, on the other hand, shows you that there is no secret sauce, puts all those trading systems out there into perspective (they’re just diet/workout plans that you have to stick to), and how to fashion your own trading philosophy that suits you.
Your Personality and Successful Trading will tell you about the ravages trading will wreck on your psyche.
The Intelligent Poker Player by Philip Newall: poker players do very well in trading. The first part is just about poker; the second part is where the gold is at, although it’s interesting he considers investing low risk.
There’s already enough career and company founding advice on the internet. What you need is someone’s who there next to you, a mentor. Who explains things easily, cuts through the unimportant fluff, and instills the right mindset into you. Build by Tony Fadell reads exactly like a wise old friend speaking directly into your ear. I can’t recommend it enough. In case you don’t know, Tony Fadell created the iPod, iPhone, and Nest.
Emotional Control – what good is having the right information if you can’t take action? Get yourself under control with spirituality.