While success is subjective, there’s no denying Kenny Chesney’s 30-year career in the country music industry can be labeled a success. So, I couldn’t help but take notes at his concert with you in mind. In this episode, you’ll learn 9 actionable takeaways you can apply in your equestrian business.
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Country music fan or not, if you’re an equestrian entrepreneur, this episode is for you.
How do I know?
If Michelangelo famously said, “I am still learning” at age 87, then I’d say the rest of us can continue to be learning everywhere we go – even at a Kenny Chesney concert!
As of the time of this episode, I’ve been to three Kenny Chesney concerts with my sister.
While I’ve been a fan of his music for years, my first concert was at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City in 2018. After that, I told my sister, Katie, we’ve got to go again! So, we went to see him at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, and then in Arkansas this past May.
At the most recent concert, I found myself taking notes with equestrian entrepreneurs in mind.
What can you learn from a Kenny Chesney concert about building a successful equestrian business?
Here’s what I learned …
9 Kenny Chesney Concert Takeaways for Equestrian Entrepreneurs
You have to start with a good product.
Enjoy what you do.
Build a community.
Create an excellent experience
Remember where you came from.
Do business in a way that’s true to who you are.
Use your influence to make a difference.
Remember: people matter.
Always dream big. (Thanks to Kelsea Ballerini for this one!)
Of course, you'll want to listen to the full episode to dig into each of the insights and discover how you can apply each one in your horse business!
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