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What are the Most Common Mistakes People Make When Setting Goals?

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” 
― Albert Einstein

We all want to grow as equestrians, we want to get better, in our skills, in managing our internal state, for the benefit of ourselves and our horses.

But to grow, we need to change, and that’s hard.

To not be growing and improving however, is worse than staying the same, if we adhere to the basic laws of the universe, anything that is not growing is contracting. What this means in terms of our skills as a rider, is you will never stay exactly the same, you will either be improving or you’ll be slipping, even if ever so slightly.

New Years is right around the corner, it is a time for reflection, evaluation, and change. A time for new ideas and new directions.

To think about what you want and what will get you there.

The key to making this process effective is to ask yourself the right questions, and to be willing to change not just what you do but what you think.

Starting January 1, I’d like to help you ask these right questions through a Free Goal Setting Workshop tailored just for us riders.

But today, I sit down with Jenna Knudsen, who has focused her life on helping riders not only reach their goals, but expand their vision of what is possible.

Jenna is not a riding coach, but a life coach, just for equestrians. In my interview with Jenna I ask her questions such as what is the biggest mistake people make when setting goals and what patterns has she noticed with equestrians?

Watch the video below and then be sure to sign up for our Free Goal Setting Workshop beginning January 1!

Learn more about Jenna and the Equestrian Planner at https://www.jennaknudsen.com/

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