Bullet Blog // Managing Fear When Training Something New

Q: I would like to know how to approach teaching my horse flying changes without the fear of being a flying angel and my horse taking gigantic leaps in the air at the same time as he learns. Let’s start this discussion with one of the key questions to...

Hitting The Glass Ceiling: Understanding Your Success Threshold

When we think about comfort zones, what often springs to mind are all the things that we do our best to avoid. Some examples of this are getting physically hurt, being upset, embarrassed, feeling like we are in over our heads or avoiding situations where...

Keeping it Simple! The #horsetimechallenge

It’s not uncommon to find yourself in the place where everything feels like it’s getting on top of you. I’ve been talking about this a lot over the past week (you can check out my blog on Emotional Busy-ness here and a Facebook post I wrote yesterday on...

Focus! Emotional Busy-ness and Working Memory

A little while ago, I did a Facebook Live on emotional busy-ness, but the topic is such an important (and common!) one, however, that I wanted to tie all of the points together in a neat little package here also! When we feel tired, unfocused or like we...

Interview with Horsemanship Radio

I was fortunate enough to be interviewed a couple of weeks ago by Debbie Loucks for Horsemanship Radio. The episode is now live and I would love for you to check it out! We talked about WEG, horsemanship, confidence, mindset and everything in between....

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Bullet Blog // Managing Fear When Training Something New

Q: I would like to know how to approach teaching my horse flying changes without the fear of being a flying angel and my horse taking gigantic leaps in the air at the same time as he learns. Let’s start this discussion with one of the key questions to...

Hitting The Glass Ceiling: Understanding Your Success Threshold

When we think about comfort zones, what often springs to mind are all the things that we do our best to avoid. Some examples of this are getting physically hurt, being upset, embarrassed, feeling like we are in over our heads or avoiding situations where...

Keeping it Simple! The #horsetimechallenge

It’s not uncommon to find yourself in the place where everything feels like it’s getting on top of you. I’ve been talking about this a lot over the past week (you can check out my blog on Emotional Busy-ness here and a Facebook post I wrote yesterday on...

Focus! Emotional Busy-ness and Working Memory

A little while ago, I did a Facebook Live on emotional busy-ness, but the topic is such an important (and common!) one, however, that I wanted to tie all of the points together in a neat little package here also! When we feel tired, unfocused or like we...

Interview with Horsemanship Radio

I was fortunate enough to be interviewed a couple of weeks ago by Debbie Loucks for Horsemanship Radio. The episode is now live and I would love for you to check it out! We talked about WEG, horsemanship, confidence, mindset and everything in between....

Live with Katy Negranti

A recording of a Facebook Live Session with Katy Negranti. Katy has come to be one of my closest friends after we spent a month together as part of Team Australia for the World Equestrian Games. Aside from being a super awesome human, Katy is also one of...

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