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Gaining Consistency & Confidence with Trading Coach, Brian McAboy, Ep # 126

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Looking at trading from the perspective of a business process, Brian McAboy noticed that a primary challenge of trading is the same as it is in the manufacturing industry, and most other businesses: the need for consistent, solid execution of best practices. This was great news, since it’s the primary focus of the whole field of Quality Assurance: making the processes and operations run so consistently and reliably that confidence and security are maximized, as are profits. Brian’s field, Quality Assurance, is in its essence, “The Science of Consistency”.  Its tools, principles and practices are all designed specifically to clarify processes (for any business activity) and then get them to be highly repeatable – which is perfect for traders!  In this episode of How To Trade It, Brian talks about coaching his students by equipping them with the tools to become consistent, time and time again. You don’t want to miss it! Subscribe to How To Trade It Resources & People Mentioned Brian’s FREE Enough To Be Dangerous PDF Connect with Brian McAboy Website::   YouTube: Connect With Casey Stubbs Website:      https://caseystubbs.comYouTube:    Subscribe to How To Trade It Disclaimer: Trading carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to invest you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibilit The Physician Syndicate: Angel Investing | Venture Capital | Startups | Personal FinanceThe Physician Syndicate Podcast: A podcast for physicians to jump into the startup world. Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Support the showConnect with Casey: LinkedIn: Twitter: Email:

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