Horses Tell The Truth, People Tell A Story

When meeting new students, we – as instructors – often get the whole hiStory of their horse.
For example:
‍‍ ‍“My horse has a bad hiStory, he’s a rescue horse, I saved him, now he’s much better, but he doesn’t like men, and pressure is a no-go, and he can’t do this, and we need to put on golden gloves if we want to ask him to do that.”

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Hunger, Heart & Hard Work Beat Talent

The hungriest worker in the Mastery Class is always going to beat the most talented guy who doesn’t put effort into the programs.

Although it’s useful, talent isn’t everything. Of course, it will give you a head start, but you still have to work hard.

So far, the experience is, that in the end, hunger, heart, and hard work always ‘wins’.

Maybe not immediately, but in the end, hunger always wins.

In the end, hard work always wins.

Heart wins.

I’ve seen it over and over again.

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Momentum Is Key

A key factor to get results in the long run, is to create momentum in the short term.

Whatever skill we want to master, we need to get started, but we also need to keep going.

So momentum is key!

Therefore, it’s a good idea to schedule Straightness Training (ST) for at least two or three days a week in the beginning.

And that leads us to the first tip to create momentum:

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