One Thing Every Equestrian Needs to Do

Can you guess what it is – the One Thing Every Equestrian Needs to Do?

One of the top Success Strategies is to make it a Habit to Plan.

It’s easy to jump out of bed and hit the ground running without a plan.

There are lots of responsibilities, obligations and commitments that pull at us every day.

The only way to insure that your high priority tasks get done is

to PLAN them and put them in your schedule.

“Every minute you spend in planning saves 10 minutes in execution; this gives you a 1,000 percent Return on Energy!”

– Brian Tracy

Your challenge then is to sit down TODAY for 10 minutes and make a plan for the week.

Include your blisstuals and make sure to schedule when you will do them.

Here is a one sheet planner to download to get your creative ideas flowing… http://member.theridechallenge.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-daily-to-do-list-full-page.pdf

And here is a link to a 30 Day Challenge Workbook and Planner to download if you haven’t already… http://member.theridechallenge.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/The-Ride-30-day-challenge.pdf

Sitting down and having a plan for the week ahead

is empowering and assures that time does not slip by

without moving forward towards your goals!

Get to chunking it down,

mapping it out,

chipping away

and just doin’ it!

Time crunchers,

Jenny & Kristin

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I’m Jen.

Most days you will find me with a coffee in one hand, hot pink manure pick in the other with my mind bubbling over dreaming up ways to help my horse girl sisters find their true selves & ride their best life every. single. day.


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