Why am I teaching my “Secrets to Success” and coaching other professionals?
I’m sick and tired of my friends, fellow professionals, who pour their heart and soul into their horse training businesses working sun-up to sun-down, grinding, and draining themselves in an unsustainable fashion.
Having grown up in a family of international business, it wasn’t until my late teens that I learned about the stigma that comes along with being a “starving horse trainer,” or when I heard the joke, “How do you get a million dollars in the horse industry? Start with a billion.”
My creative perspective on business led me to look at my business differently, and to ask myself early on this question: would I be willing to train one horse a month to make the money to invest in the coaching and mentorship that I need to become successful in this industry?
My answer was undoubtedly, YES!
I understood that the investment into finding a mentor to help guide me along my journey would pay for itself if I were willing to accept their guidance and put in the work. I knew that this investment would allow me to do what I truly enjoyed: educate horses and people.
So, if you’re willing to ride just one training horse a month to transform your business and your life, it’s time to get your horse training business working for you, not the other way around.