It’s always good to play to your strength…
As an example, while at the University of Michigan, it used to take me weeks to study for an accounting test.
Every page would take me over 10 minutes to dissect.
I was used to getting A’s but in accounting a B was a win.
It didn’t come easy to me.
At the same time when it came to writing and speaking, I could effortlessly produce high quality work with minimal effort.
An amazing conversation with my dad where he encouraged me to “play to my strengths” resulted in me focusing on what came natural to me.
Not only was I more successful, I had more fun.
In fact, this wisdom worked everywhere EXCEPT one place.
With my trading …