I have been watching and trading a system for a little while now that I believe to be viable and fairly accurate. It is not a black box or automated, but just gives signals on when I want to participate and which direction. However I am having some difficulty trading it like I should be. Part of the big problem is that I have a background of scalping and trading futures intraday mostly by relying on the order book for timing entry and exit. However this point of view directed clashes with what I am trying to do in that the book is not reliable or relevant in what I am now trying to accomplish. Also I am having to use larger stops then I have had in the past which has been difficult to adjust too. Basically the scalping habit/technique is clashing with what I am trying to accomplish which has the potential to be much more profitable and less stressful if I can get over these hurdles. The problem is I get in based on my signal but then switch to scalper book trader mode which messes up what I am trying to do. Anyway I wanted to see if there are other ex-scalper or book traders who have made the successful transition to longer term intraday trading where you are going for moves of several ticks rather then trading for 1 or 2 ticks. If you have made the move what helped you make that transition and change your perspective and break the scalping habits.