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4 Pivotal Takeaways from the NRHA Futurity

Whether you’re into the sport of reining or not, this episode is for you. I spent my trip to the NRHA Futurity scoping out takeaways and mindset shifts that have the potential to elevate every equine business in the coming year.

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Have you ever watched a big event in your sport or discipline of choice and studied it from a business perspective?

Since you love the sport, I would bet that you pay closer attention to the riding, the horses, the tack, and even the overall set-up.

There’s nothing wrong with that, of course. But, did you know every major event likely also has some golden nuggets of business wisdom tucked into it?

That’s exactly why I’m always taking notes when I get the opportunity to attend something like Road to the Horse and, most recently, the National Reining Horse Association Futurity in Oklahoma City.

These takeaways are actually major mindset shifts. And, when you take these lessons and truly apply them to your business strategy, I guarantee that you’ll see your success go up in the coming year.

4 Pivotal Takeaways from the NRHA Futurity

  1. We all need a cheering section.

  2. Every person matters.

  3. Success is subjective.

  4. The right coach is invaluable.

Of course, you'll want to listen to the full episode to dig into each of the insights shared and discover how you can apply each one in your horse business!


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