1. Make a list of rules and write them down and stick them in the work corner:

The first thing you should do is make a list of transaction rules. These rules will govern the way you trade, where you will enter your order, exit your position, your size, and your risk appetite.

Having these rules in mind is not enough - you should write them down. Writing down your rules reinforces them because you will always be reminded of what they are.

And finally, after writing them down, stick them in your work corner!

2. Visualize the different scenarios and apply them to the rules:

Imagine that you have an open position. Think of all the different situations you might come across and imagine how you would adjust your positions in these situations while handling them according to your trading rules.

For example, let's say you have a loss and are about to roll over SL, your rule says you won't be moving SL, you just do it. Next, your rule says that you will cut half a position if the price returns close to the breakeven point, do so!

The more you practice and repeat this process, then you will naturally follow your rules and make them a habit in real trading.

3. Review your trading:

At the end of each trading day take some time to review your trading. Ask yourself, "Have I followed all of my trading rules?" Score yourself and state your weaknesses.

By reviewing your trading, you can see if your rules are working and whether you are actually following them or are just fooling yourself.

Always remember that good trading decision begin with good trading habits. Doing something well once doesn’t automatically make you a good trader. It is the constant repetition of the act that will play a major factor in making you a better trader. - Aristotle

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