If you have been trading financial markets long enough you know that what happens today isn't all that important. What happens over time is. You need to reach a level where you have confidence in your abilities. That will help you get to the 2nd tier of trading. The 1st tier is when you are learning and mostly losing, the 2nd tier is break even (win some lose some) , and the 3rd tier is net profitable. Tier 2 is a pretty good place to be because you stop fearing losses and you continue to execute high probability trades whether you won or lost the last trade. You start to trade with your emotions in check, you start to trade like a pro.
A profitable trader does things differently than a losing trader-they only take the high probabilty trades, they don't get overly emotional, they have no ego-they are not trying to kill the market. They are trying to extract profit from the market on a regular basis. They know it can be done because they have had a streak of success and they want to continue it. They know net profitability is right around the corner-somewhere.