I learnt this profit factor last week and I thought it changes the context of the message and totally switch the mind as well. Instead of using "minus", you use "divide" here. That is 50 divide by 100 and it gives you 2. That means for every 1 dollar you spent/invest/lost, you get back $2. The choice of words become crucial. LOSS conjures images of negative, fallen behind, the need to catch up, etc.
Invest on the other hand is neutral and it has a more positive connotation than spending which is an outflow of money. Investment has the impression of getting back something in return which is the profits. In this case, when you invest $1, you would get back $2. Once we can learn to accept this investment of $1, then it becomes part and parcel of the investment game. Without acceptance, the mind harps on taking revenge, with a void to fill up and it is stressful to move forward one step and constantly need to watch 2 steps behind.
The idea is to increase the profit factor from 1 to 3 to 5 to 10 as time moves on. When you review your track record, it is no longer reds (losses) that is staring at you, making you feel depressed and lose a sense of hope.
Try it and see the results!