While I walked away from the Road to the Horse colt starting competition with new insights about working with horses, I also always keep you, my podcast listeners, in mind. So, in this episode, you’ll learn the key business takeaways I took away from the event.
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If there’s one thing I love about serving horse business owners, it’s getting to be a part of the equine industry as a whole. It’s such a great industry, right?!
And one of the great things about it is the variety of events, shows and expos where you can go and learn from others, make new connections, and, of course, expand your knowledge of horses. Because, as I’ve heard many a horse trainer say, there is always something we can learn when it comes to horses, right?
At the same time, I love equine events because I’m also keeping an eye out for how horse businesses are promoting, interacting, engaging, and, of course, marketing. Since I think through the mind of a business owner as well, I walked away from this year’s annual Road to the Horse colt starting event with a few takeaways that are less marketing specific and more mindset-specific.
When you apply these takeaways to your horse business, whether it’s in your marketing or just in your overall approach to business, you’re going to see a difference in your business. So, let’s get to it!
5 Takeaways from Road to the Horse
No one can teach, serve or create like you.
You aren’t meant to do this life (or business) alone.
A tool is only as good as its handler.
Take one step at a time.
Never give up.
Of course, you'll want to listen to the full episode to dig into each of these takeaways and discover how you can apply each one in your horse business!
Links Mentioned In This Episode
Episode #26: Tips and Takeaways from Road to the Horse
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