Are Your Beliefs Serving You?

In the 67th Unstoppable Equestrian video blog, I ask are your beliefs serving you in regards to your ability to learn and remember your dressage tests?

When you stop and think about what you believe about yourself and your ability to learn and remember your dressage tests what is it?

Do you believe that you have a good memory and find it easy to remember your tests?

Or, do you doubt your ability to remember your tests? And believe that you need a caller as you go blank when you enter the arena?

Are your beliefs serving you?

Watch this week’s video blog. Where I explain what this all means in more detail and share with you how you can start to overcome or change disempowering beliefs. 

I also talk about the four learning styles that are common.

If you don’t already know what your preferred learning style is you can take my short Riding Quiz by following this link: Riding Quiz.

The four different learning styles I talk about are:

The four different learning styles I talk about are:

  • Visual – People that learn through watching, or seeing something happening
  • Kinesthetic – People that learn through actually doing an activity, getting a feel for it
  • Auditory – People that learn through hearing how to do something
  • Auditory Digital – People that learn through understanding the facts, data and logic behind something

Next week I am talking about how you can use the information about your learning style to help find the right instructor.

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I will see you next Thursday!


P.S. If you missed the last episode of Unstoppable Equestrian you can click here to go back & watch it!