Melody Semmler talks about JD's response to a negative moment and how it applies to your life and even your business.
Lindsey Rains gives you some insights on how to use Pinterest. Use it to search for anything horse related AND get some guidance in finding other horse stuff you didn't even know existed.
Listen to this short podcast and find out what Pinterest can do for you and your horse.
Brenda Tobin discusses homeopathic remedies for anxiety and fear.
"Sometimes our animals feel anxiety or fear, whether you have a performance horse about to enter the show ring, or perhaps you just rescued a horse from an abuse or neglect situation, or maybe your horse simply had one bad experience that sent him over the edge. Homeopathy may be able to put your horses emotions back into balance, naturally and without side effects...."
You can connect with Brenda via her website: https://www.wellnessmattersonline.com/
Beth Lauren Parrish: "There are many of us out there who might need to start your conditioning over for you and your horse. I’ve had so many stops and starts over the years, I’m beginning to become somewhat of an expert on new beginnings. I’d love to share some simple exercises to build up endurance in a very kind way to your horse and your body..."
Gloria Lybecker discusses impatience in this short podcast. Do you empathize with her experience?
Laurel Watson shares a story...a story of what Dressage Positively is and why it matters to you and your horse. You too will be drawn into this story of a girl and her horse. And you too will want to learn more about Dressage Positively...even if dressage is not your "'thing".
Jayne Forster discusses "Sharing Territory". What is it? Why should you do it? What's in it for you and your horse?
Have a quick listen and learned an easy way to improve your relationship with your horse.
Want to learn more? Find Jayne at Liberty Connections
" “I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine!” One of the ways horses demonstrate reciprocity is through the act of mutual grooming. It feels so good to have their back scratched by their buddy that they can’t help but to return the favor!
Soulful entrepreneurs are notorious for ‘giving the store away’ in the form of their heart and time. It’s like a horse scratching his buddy’s back over and over again and never getting his back scratched in return...."
Listen to this short podcast as Brenda Tobin talks about another homeopathic remedy:.
"Apis Mellifica is derived from the honeybee. Think of Apis for bee stings, hives, or swellings when there is edema, redness and swelling and better with cool applications. Much like when you get stung by a bee!
I had a horse case once where a gelding presented with cellulitis in his front leg. His leg was swollen, hot to touch, and weeping of the skin due to water retention. I dosed him with...."
Beth Lauren Parrish: "It’s pretty common for riders to overthink their ride and create unwanted tension. I’d like to present a very simple solution when you find yourself stuck or frustrated. I want you to imagine you’re putting on a new thinking cap. Take the word CAP and think of these three words..."
Gloria Lybecker discusses Self-Sabotage.
What is self-sabotage? How often do you procrastinate? How often do you not follow through on something?
What are you telling yourself that is actually a pattern deviating you from your true path?
"As a quality of quantum leap readiness, courage is a way of being.
You are courageous if you have taken even one step toward building your own business with the intention of creating something wonderful for yourself and your herd.
Becoming a soulful entrepreneur is one of most challenging, enlightening, rewarding, scary, gut wrenching, fulfilling adventures you can possibly embark upon. Just because you’re scared sh!tless doesn’t mean you don’t have courage!
Think of a time you might of asked your horse to cross a wide creek of fast moving water. Or with some horses, a tiny mud puddle! Did she balk, backed up, spin around, say ‘no’ every way she could think to make you understand she did not want to cross that water? And you lovingly held your intention and belief in her ability to step into uncertainty....."
Melody Semmler talks about feeding her horses, especially JD. JD is super focused on eating. What lessons can you learn from JD as a business owner? Have a listen to this short podcast and find out.
Brenda Tobin discusses fever and how she, as a homeopath, uses fever in her work-up and treatment of fever. Listen to this short podcast to learn something you may not have considered when you think about fever or when you have to treat your horse for a fever.
Beth Lauren Parrish: "I've been on a quest to create ways to help riders find simple solutions to their riding issues. What I've found most often is that taking just a few minutes before going out to the barn to check in makes all the difference. What do I mean by check in?
Gloria Lybecker discusses loneliness and isolation.
Do you feel a sense of lack?
Do you want something different but don't know what this "something" looks like?
Gloria discusses repeating patterns and alignment with values to know who you are...
"You have a desire to make a difference through your service to others.
What is your level of focus? How disciplined are you in your efforts to reach the people you are meant to serve? You may have the highest intentions to serve for their greatest good but how will they know you are the best provider for them?
In order to create maximum impact for your clients and yourself you will need to...."
Melody Semmler talks about JD's injuries. He was stalled for 2 weeks after his injury and Melody had to come up with a lot of things to keep him occupied. One of those things was a lick-it ball.
How does this apply to you...or your business? Have a listen and find out.
Beth Lauren Parrish: "People talk about wanting to be more patient, but what does that really look like? I'm going to first address being more patient with ourselves when things aren't going to plan first.
As a child, I knew that waiting for the bell to ring for school to let out on the days when I had my riding lesson was absolute torture. I would stare at the clock and hardly pay attention in classes. All I could think about was which school horse I might be riding (there were about 40 at my barn) and if I was going to get to..."
Listen to this short podcast to learn how you can be more patient and get a better ride with your horse.