Since I began my venture of learning about and trading markets, I have gained tremendous insight into psychology, mental blocks, etc. I've realized that to become a trader you have to be a self-confident, self-aware, and constantly self-improving person. These are all traits with far-reaching usefulness that extend beyond the markets; I'm curious who has become a better person in ways that don't relate directly to the markets as a result of the markets. I haven't traded long enough to post any examples other than mycompletely letting go of societally imposed notions on limitations for how much money I can make by what age and the fact that my trading education journey has lead me down the path of self-discovery and self-improvement as well as forced me to study discipline and seek help about my flaws. These aren't results, though - I'm curious what tangible improvements people have had from trading.