I constantly fear losing profits and so take quick profits -- and miss the moves.
Natural emotions are a trader's enemy. My plan was good for 2 points but I took a LOSS instead. I did not follow my plan.
I must override my emotions which cause me to make the same mistake over and over. The fear of losing a small profit into a loss is simply part of the natural risk.
I need a way to interrupt my problematic thinking. Either leaving the room -- something physical to remind me to follow the plan, not the emotions that creep into every trade.
In general -- being patient with winners is my problem. The solution is the act of doing nothing. Why is this so hard?