For those who are new to our podcasts, or maybe those who have been around for a while but don't remember, this week's podcast is all about who the women are behind Equine Connection and how we got to where we are today!
It can be intimidating and exciting when you are thinking about starting your own business! But what are the actual pros and cons of being an entrepreneur? Is it for you?
Join us and we will lay it all out for you! The good, the bad, the challenges, and the bonuses!
Tune in to see if owning your own business is for you!
How do I make MONEY with horses?! 💰🐴
Ok, we know that you are interested in running a business working with horses to help people, but we also know you need to keep a roof over your head!
So how the heck do you make money in Equine Assisted Learning?
Well, it won't just fall in your lap. You have to know HOW to run and market your business so you can turn a profit.
How do we know? Because we did it wrong for the first three years. It took some outside help to move us in the right direction, and that's what we want to do for all of our facilitators too.
Join us to find out how you can have this purposeful career - AND turn a profit!
♥️I was reminded that this life is precious. 🐴
Sometimes we lose sight of how our actions, what we do, how we act and what we put out to the world has a profound effect on others.
When we live our purpose,which is always giving back, we can make such a difference in someone's life. For us, working with horses to help people is that purpose. This creates a domino effect that can change lives.
Join us for a chat on how we can all be the change that this world so desperately needs.
What the heck is Stone Soup?
If you have tuned in for awhile, you have heard Carolyn say, almost every time, that "sharing is caring"!
What do you have to share? What is your gift in how you will affect the world?
We all have one because we are all #LIFECHANGERS!
Today we are talking about Stone Soup!
What is that you ask?
Tune in to find out how it goes back to sharing and how it truly does take a village!