My work is done for the day.
Enjoying the remainder of the day is now a priority.
Would that be possible without detaching from the workplace?
Is it that easy…
Am I successful in detaching?
Just like that?
It’s taken me fifteen years to learn to detach reasonably well from the markets, …
… and, there are still times when external factors cause unwanted and untimely re-attachment.
The next time I wish to undetach (yeah, just made up this word!) is the next time I wish to engage.
To undetach, all I need is my work-table.
Rest follows on auto.
However, when I’m not on my work-table, mostly, I don’t wish to undetach, …
…and surely enough, someone will want to discuss markets, …
…or someone switches on financial TV, …
…or one catches a headline in the paper, …
…or a tip can’t be refrained from being given, …
…or, well, use your imagination.
Getting around peoples’ free-fund-attitude is the biggest challenge for a market-practitioner, in my opinion.
You might master market-etiquette, and you might learn how to detach in isolation. However, people won’t spare you.
Detaching despite people while living and thriving amongst people is one huge win.
… 🙂 .