“You have the power to decide how you will respond to uncertainty.” -Yvan Byeajee
One of the six human needs we all share is certainty. Everyone wants to feel safe and secure in their lives and are hesitant to any permanent change, which is understandable. Change is something foreign, something out of our daily routines and so it should be feared; or so we tell ourselves. Change can most often be a good thing, and I challenge myself to evaluate things in my life that I can change daily. Our survival instincts kick in, and so we fight against change and convince ourselves this change will not work. But what if the change in your life was to start your journey trading foreign exchange?
“Fear, inherently, is not meant to limit you. Fear is the brain’s way of saying that there is something important for you to overcome.” -Yvan Byeajee
Someone who can guide a community of people that are all making such a complicated change in their lives needs to have a clear understanding of their vision and lesson, they need to be able to be a leader. That person for me when it comes to the wisdom of trading, is Shawn Lucas. Shawn Lucas is the head trader at The Apiary Fund where I invest my time to learn how to become the best forex trader I can be. I gain so much knowledge and experience from Shawn and being able to learn from him has helped me improve my trading drastically.
“There is nothing better in this world than learning this art, because it is so liberating!” -Shawn Lucas
The way Shawn Lucas communicates with you through recorded videos, blogs, live sessions, in person, etc. is such a hands-on experience, you can visualize exactly what he’s doing and why. To make such a big change in your life, financially, time management, schedule, etc. you have to be confident in the company your investing in. I chose Shawn because I believe in the way he teaches and respect the way he cares for his fellow trading community, eager to teach everyone.
“If you’re not in line with what the market is willing to give you, you’ll fail as a trader every time.” -Shawn Lucas