One way to face change is to understand that your situation will always change.
No one escapes change.
Sometimes it sneaks up on you. Sometimes it knocks you in the head.
Some changes are out of your control (like getting older, or forced time away from riding). Other changes are more subtle, like different desires now. It’s all so personal.
However, all that really matters is this place in time, right now … today.
What do you truly love and want to do, now? But of course, because of all the things you think about your past and other people etc., it’s natural to feel confused and/or lack confidence.
What made a huge impact on my life (once again) was the work of my mentor, Dr. Jim Loehr. He talks about who you are becoming because of all you do … and designing and judging everything by your own scorecard.
Your personal growth and joy with horses is truly at the heart of all you do.
When you value, above all else, the positives and the challenges of your personal journey with your horse, change can be less scary.
Start from where you are. Keep growing personally. Continue to learn and advance your technical skills. Practice mental skills. Make choice that make you happy. Embrace the adventure of your journey.
Thennnnn, your brand of your life with your horse … well … it will all be personally fulfilling and free.
You don’t have to be any place other than where you are right now. It’s enough. You are enough.
And from this moment in time you can face change, and choose to do whatever you want to do. You design the “terms” of your success … and fun.