10 Leadership Secrets Whispered by Horses

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Horsemanship and dyslexia

I knew she was in trouble. I was the one that got her there. I had taken my filly, Mouse, into a round pen for some partnership games. She had always seemed a little wary of me, even though she was born at our place and had never had anything bad happen to her. A […]

Whispered By Horses with Penelope Trunk

    http://WhisperedByHorses.com   When planning for this week’s show with Penelope Trunk, my theme was about being vulnerable. As usual, I started the show with a horse story. This week’s story was about putting myself in a situation with a horse where I was the vulnerable partner. I chose this topic because Penelope is often brutally […]

2009 Equine Olympics

 I have enjoyed Brian Reed and Brenda Lee’s videos in the past, but this one must be shared. I hope it goes viral. 2009 Equine Olympics from Brian Reid & Brenda Lee on Vimeo. I want a horse like Brenda Lee, and I am going out to start digging a pond in my back yard so I can swim with […]

Whispered By Horses with Stewart Raven

  http://WhisperedByHorses.com If you have listened to one of my shows, you have heard that moving and haunting intro music. This week, I talk to Stewart Raven Smith who wrote and performed that little piece. I asked Stewart to be on the show because we connected music and horses in a couple of ways. First of […]

You can’t go back to square one.

  I read a post on Seth Godin’s blog today that I wanted to reply to on his blog, but I couldn’t figure out how to reply. Maybe he doesn’t need to hear from us, but  I wanted to reply. Here is a link to Seth’s blog post: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/09/square-one-is-underrated.html And here is Seth’s post in its entirety: […]

7,775. Do I wait for 7,777?

  About a month ago, I wrote a post about how we like to celebrate numbers with a pattern, like 12:34:56 7/8/9. Or it’s fun to watch an odometer change from 99,999 to 100,000. (See that post here) I implied that we are all a little silly for liking to see "interesting" numbers. So, what do […]

An Angel of a Different Sort

When I interviewed Rabbi Shai Specht on my radio show a few weeks ago, he taught me about angels. Reb Shai said that in hebrew, the word for "angel" is often translated as "messenger." I learned that anyone or anything that brings you a message you need to hear is an angel. An angel tapped me […]

Whispered By Horses with Catherine Grison

http://WhisperedByHorses.com Catherine Grison and I had fun chatting about meditation, feng shui, and – of course – horses on the Whispered By Horses show this week. I approached Catherine about being on my show because she wrote a blog post about "How to (Not) Meditate." She said that it’s possible to try too hard to meditate. She […]

Whispered By Horses with Guest Sarah Robinson

http://WhisperedByHorses.com Sarah Robinson calls herself the Maverick Mom. Here is what she says on her blog http://www.themaverickmom.com: What I know now is that this small blog has a very BIG JOB to do – actually two big jobs: 1) serve as witness my own “escape” from the world of mediocrity – both personally and professionally and 2) […]

Does anybody really know what time it is?

 About a month ago, I received a Tweet that said, "It’s 12:34:56 7/8/9! It only happens once!" Some else wrote back that actually it happened twice, both AM and PM. And I pointed out that it happened twice in each of the 24 time zones around the world. That was on July 8, 2009. But there are large […]