Are you making two piles of trades- winners and losers- and spending the right amount of time reviewing each?
Are you trading a Pro Bowler after one bad game, one bad quarter, or because they are doing too well?
This quarterback ranking analogy can be carried over to many other examples. The key is there are ways to separate the “leaders and laggers”- and ways to improve your game if you can remove the emotions and just be honest with yourself.
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