Today I am asking you to take a good look at how you see yourself? What's your take on you and where you are at, in your life, relationships, career, and horse life and work.
How do you rate your potential right now - a 5* Ten or a knock down 3.5? Well today I am going to show you how to start thinking…Continue
Added by Chanti Cleland on April 23, 2015 at 3:00am — No Comments
I have a confession to make.....
I was feeding my horses, checking on the water, and generally mooching around the field, hanging out with them, when suddenly my phone rang. It was my long standing close friend and 'adopted' big brother Paul, one of the best Music Perrformance Coaches in the business. I was delighted as it seemed such a long time since we had chatted. Whilst we were chatting I found myself confessing something and it kind of came from…Continue
Added by Chanti Cleland on April 16, 2015 at 4:56am — No Comments
Today is my Tip number 3 in boosting your self belief in you, with a view to aiding your horsemanship with your horse.
Are you aware of the relationship between your thoughts and how you behave, and what your body language and energy are really saying about you?
Now this is something that I see in a lot of horse owners that I meet, and I have a confession, from time to time, I am guilty of the same thing too.
We unintentionally make life much…Continue
Added by Chanti Cleland on April 15, 2015 at 10:18am — No Comments
Good morning, now then I promised that I would share some more tips about self belief, so here is tip number two for you.
Self belief is feeling good enough; its the feeling that you can handle whatever life, or your horse throws at you? Its about having a healthy appreciation and acknowledgement (we often forget this bit), of your abilities and talents. Its not about anything superficial.
Its about being OK with you, and OK with where you are at with your…Continue
Added by Chanti Cleland on April 9, 2015 at 3:56am — No Comments
When things go wrong in our horse work, our horsemanship, our riding.....we begin to blame ourselves; but we also take it further. Sometimes we can blame ourselves so much when things go wrong that we stop trying, we stop searching for an answer, we stop attempting to move forward and begin to move backwards.
This does not just affect our relationship with our horses, it starts to creep into other areas of our lives, how we see ourselves, our social interactions, our careers…Continue
Added by Chanti Cleland on April 8, 2015 at 10:52am — No Comments