Happy New Year everybody!
The beginning of a new year is the best time to take stock of what we did last year, and make plans for what we'd like to see in the year ahead.
After all the parties are done, and the celebrations are finished, the calm after the storm is a great time to sit back, reflect, visualize and plan, and schedule your goals - especially your riding goals. As I've already discussed many times, goal setting is a little different when it comes to horses, because they have quite a lot of input into what can happen.
So it is great to have a structured, organized way to start off the year, then come back on a weekly and/or monthly basis to evaluate, adjust, and think ahead to next steps. Which is where the giveaway comes in!
Goal Setting For The Equestrian: A Personal Workbook has helped thousands of people do just that.
And in celebration of the brand-spanking new 2019, I'd like to give away FIVE digital copies of the book! Print off the pages as many times as you like. This is the Giveaway that keeps on giving! 🙂
All you have to do is write a riding or ground work goal in the comments below. Make the goal something specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound (get it? S.M.A.R.T. - which is how the goals in the book are set up!). Silly, irrelevant goals will eliminate your entry, so think of something that you really want to do this year in your riding, that will benefit your horse (or the horse that you ride).
FIVE lucky winners will be announced the first week of January. Enter only once. Winners will be randomly chosen after the close of the Giveaway. Look for the "Winners" blog post in the first week of January to see exactly who won.
Please use a name in the comments below that matches the email address you will use if you win. Email addresses are NOT necessary for entry.
The giveaway is open to current readers as well as new readers (so tell your friends!). Entries will be accepted starting now and ending at midnight (12:00 am) on Jan.2.
OK! What are you waiting for?! Looking forward to reading all about your goals! Comment below.
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