Having the right mindset (and crypto futures trading)

Discover how I embraced a growth mindset and explored new ventures, including crypto futures trading, during my social media hiatus. Dive into my reflections on finding passion and purpose, and learn about the exciting programmes I’m involved in for 2024.

This might sound irrelevant to some, but it was the trigger that got me writing this post. If you want more context, you can watch this YouTube video below first.

In case you’re wondering, this video is an orientation to becoming a full-time crypto futures trader. Start watching from 1:25:11.

If you don’t, that’s fine; you can skip it and read on. The topic today is about mindset.

Why did this trigger me?

I’m a believer in mindset; I believe with the right mindset and manifestation, you can achieve wonders. That said, I’m also a multi-passionate entrepreneur and individual. I feel that life is too short not to experience everything that intrigues me – some might work out, others might not.

When Kelvin was talking about mindset, I felt a bit triggered. While I agree with most of what is said, it resonates; I think that success is individualistic. Let me explain.

When I signed up for the programme, don’t get me wrong, I was genuinely sold with the concept of becoming a crypto millionaire and was willing to do whatever it took to achieve it. The reason behind it was because of W3bverse; like it or not, wealth in web3 revolves around cryptocurrency, for now at least. So I was determined, and with Wan Wei signing up for it, I was even more determined.

Throughout the boot camp, despite having to wake up early in the morning, and I’m not a morning person, I did it anyway. My logic was that since I’ve committed, I should make the best of it. This has been my guiding star throughout my life on Earth. It’s okay to fail, but if you’ve committed, it’s not okay to not do your best.

However, after the boot camp, when deciding whether to take up the mastermind or not, that’s when my hesitation kicked in.

“Was this what I wanted to do with my life?”

That question echoed in my head constantly; it’s like when I first went to New York and stepped into Times Square, I heard “Empire State Of Mind” playing in my head.

After a day, it hit me; the answer was “No.

I do enjoy reading the charts, analysing the data, and playing this game called “Guess the results.” It was fun; I liked it. I also like the fact that just doing that, I could make money from it. I totally understood why my hubby was saying that this could be a thing for me – trading.

The problem, though, was that I felt empty. Yeah, sure, I could make money from this, and trust me, I was addicted to it for four whole days – I barely slept, researching, watching all the footage, testing, refining, and even trying the fail-fast method just to see how I felt afterwards.

It was clear that my state of mind was suitable for “trading” after all. The emotions I felt losing or winning didn’t interfere with my overall mood. But I wasn’t passionate.

My goal was to help people, living, breathing beings, not just reading numbers. If I were to read numbers, I would have stuck to my current role. But I went on this life journey in 2022 to discover myself and find purpose in my life. The purpose I discovered was helping solve problems for others, which made me feel fulfilled, and it also generated income.

I know this sounds contradicting; why? I often say I don’t like people or networking, and I don’t have emotional attachments. It’s all true; hopefully, I don’t often hear anyone saying that, but I’m not going to lie. I might be an extrovert, but if it is not necessary, I would rather conserve my energy.

I do believe that I have the right mindset (I heavily emphasise this in Royal Launch School), and I think the 30-70 rule is absolute. What I don’t think is that crypto futures trading is my life goal.

Yes, I can make money from it, and quite frankly, to date, I have 70 percent successful trades (since the CRP boot camp) through small wins. I still believe I can become a millionaire from this, but I might probably need to take a bit more time cause I’m not motivated or passionate to do it full-time. I spend 30 minutes to two hours daily doing this, which gives me roughly 30 to 150 USDT daily. It’s a neat side hustle, and I always need a break, so this was a good distraction instead of, say, playing some mobile game.

The reason why my tagline for Royal Launch School is “passion to fortune” and not “how to make a quick buck” is because I believe that life is too short; money can be made from anything as long as you’re willing to reach out and solve problems for people. It’s important to wake up feeling that “this is a great day” and “I can’t wait to start working”. Instead of “Oh damn, I need to go to work in the morning” – this will cause a burnout eventually.

If you love what you do and earn an income from it, life seems more fulfilling.

That said, money makes the world go round. So, if you want to “make a quick buck” somewhat passively with crypto futures trading, type “CFT” in the comments below. If there’s enough interest, I’ll start a masterclass.

Here are some frequently asked questions (based on past references):

Is there a cost to this?
Yes, cause that motivates me to do it properly, and you do want the best results, don’t you?

Is it going to be costly?
For current royals, you get a good discount. But regardless, I would still say it’s pretty affordable.

Will there be support?
Yes and no. Again, I’m not doing this full-time; my focus is still on Royal Launch School. This is a side hustle, and I’m sharing it with you because, “Hey, we’re kinda like a family, right?” Sharing is caring. So, no, I’m not going to be your personal coach for this, but yes, I’ll be sharing my journey; you can share yours, and we can discuss it.

Do you need a budget to get started?
Yes, cause “trading” is using money to make money. However, you don’t need much budget. Park aside USD 550 (cause there are transfer feeds) to USD 5,100. I recommend the latter, though quite frankly, aside from my fail-fast test, I haven’t used more than USDT 2,000 yet; on average, I use about USDT 500. Hence, I generally get only USD 30 to 150 a day. Again, good side hustle.

I want to do this full-time and make a living out of it. Would this be suitable?
No. I’m not Kelvin, and I don’t want to be. If you want to make this a full-time gig and become a millionaire from it, I recommend you join Crypto Rocket Profits cause Kelvin and the team would be able to guide you better. I have not made a million from crypto futures trading (I have a nice 6-digital portfolio from spots, though, but not a million), so I can’t tell you how. Click this link and use my referral.

It’s 2024, so let’s start with the right mindset. Here are some tips to get started:

Embrace a growth mindset: Believe in your ability to learn and grow. Challenges and failures are growth opportunities, not signs of weakness or limits to your potential.

Stay positive: Cultivate a positive outlook. Focus on solutions rather than problems, and view setbacks as learning experiences.

Set clear goals: Define what success looks like for you. Setting clear, achievable goals gives you a roadmap and helps maintain focus and motivation. Here’s a vision quest template: Download for free using coupon code SWHB3V4Y.

Practice gratitude: Regularly acknowledge and appreciate what you have. Gratitude can shift your perspective, reduce stress, and open your mind to new possibilities.

Be open to learning: Stay curious and open to new ideas and perspectives. Continuous learning is key to personal and professional growth. Here are two programmes to consider: Royal Launch School and W3b Launch School.

Cultivate resilience: Develop the ability to bounce back from setbacks. Resilience is built through facing difficulties and learning to cope with them effectively.

Maintain a healthy work-life balance: Take care of your physical and mental health. A balanced life enhances creativity, productivity, and overall well-being.

Surround yourself with positive influences: Spend time with people who inspire and support you. Positive relationships can boost your mood and outlook.

Practice mindfulness: Stay present and engaged in the current moment. Mindfulness can reduce stress and improve focus and clarity.

Believe in yourself: Have confidence in your abilities and trust your instincts. Self-belief is a powerful motivator and can drive you to achieve great things.

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