10 Tips How Sports Can Help You Become a Successful Investor

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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Bangalore: Sports have gained huge popularity across the globe in recent years. Many sports men enjoy fame, power and pride by which many young stars get mesmerized. Apart from fame and popularity there many important things that sports teach us and can help in many ways.

To achieve the success, sports men also need to go through years of training and hard work. And most importantly the sports man spirit they posses help them to grow and come over all the ups and downs while climbing the success stairs. It helps to achieve firm determination, teaches to be patient and a positive attitude towards every thing. Even many of the top level business men, managers and professionals consider that people associated with sports perform excellent in their professional spheres too.

For a matter of fact, there are lot of similarities between sports and investing too. Like sports, in investing too you need patience, understanding and strong determination to over come all situations. Here are 10 tips on how sports man spirit attributes can also help you grow as a good investor.

1. Control Your Mind

Sports men who let their emotions run untamed will be not be able to concentrate on their game.  In a similar way an investor can’t let his emotions like fear, greed, and overconfidence take control of his investing decisions. This can lead to making pitiable investing decisions.

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