We’re leaving the fire of hedge funds and jumping headfirst into the frying pan of……performance mindset? Yep, from pro athletes to pro traders, everyone needs a performance mindset, and today’s guest founded his firm to help get those who need to perform, ready to perform.
Russ Rausch (former Trading Technologies/Emil Van Essen exec) refocused his passion from the trading arena into training automatic thought and emotional patterns to improve; performance, resilience, and engagement to anyone from the Atlanta Falcons to Chicago prop firms. In today’s broadcast we’re digging in with Russ about Kansas life, how hedge funds influenced Vision Pursue, changing your thought pattern, working with big names from finance to the NFL, Balboa Island, highs and lows of the hedge fund business, expecting the expected, “coming across” neuroscience, background of Vision Pursue, controlling their controllable, the life experience test, paddle boarding, separate – embrace – evaluate, fish tanks, and how Vision Pursue can help you perform better.
Find the full episode links of The Derivative below:
00:00-1:20 = Intro
01:21-14:44 = Background
14:45-30:59 = Transitioning & the Development of Vision Pursue
31:00-49:06 = Clientele & The Three Pillars
49:06-1:03:30 = The Takeaways from VP Training
1:03:31-1:08:32 = Favorites
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