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Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Friday, 28 August 2015
in Reflections & Serendipity

It's really interesting to see the ideas that people have to make things better for horses and humans in the industry. I've seen a few good examples lately and wanted to share them with you.

Saddle Fitting Simplified is in development stages and looks like a great next step in saddle fitting.

Here's a bridle that takes into account the nerves and pressure points on the horse's head.

Have you seen the new mesh show jackets? For years I wondered about the wisdom of being dressed from head to toe in black - black riding helmet, black wool jacket, tall black hunt boots - on the hottest days of the summer. Finally an alternative!

What is your favorite innovation in the industry? I'd love to hear about it and share it with everyone here too. Drop me an email that includes your favorite innovation, why, and name - I'll be sure to credit you for your contribution.

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Ready, Set, Go For Your Horse Business Goals!

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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It's a new year. It's that time again to look objectively at your horse business successes, challenges, and unfulfilled goals of 2014. It's also time to focus forward on 2015.

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What's your style for tackling your goals? Do you set goals with all good intentions - and then they fall by the wayside? Are your goals in your head only - and then at the end of the year you mutter to yourself "Where did that year go?" Many businesses just kind of bump along, year after year, without being proactive about new goals. Those that utilize a clear goal-setting and achievement process more often achieve those goals.

Join Blue Ribbon Consulting for a free teleseminar on Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 7PM EST.

The session will:

• provide a process for brainstorming and prioritizing 2015 goals

• outline steps that need to be taken to achieve your goals

• offer a follow-up monthly check-in option to optimize your pathway to fulfilling your goals

The free teleseminar will take place on Tuesday, January 20 at 7PM EST. For the goal setting document and phone call-in number and code, contact Lisa@BlueRibbonConsulting.com.

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Hand, Hoof and Heart: So Much in Six Months! by Erin Chimberoff

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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Welcome back to Erin Chimberoff of Hand, Hoof and Heart! She's been making great progress on developing her business as you'll discover. Great job Erin!

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It has been about 6 months since I finished working with Lisa as a Penniless Philanthropy Partner. In those 6 months a lot has happened! One of the bigger things going on in my life happens to be my philanthropy project that I agreed to do when I agreed to be a Penniless Philanthropy Partner. When I first thought about this project, I had my heart set on something that wasn’t quite falling together like I had hoped. I was actually kind of nervous that I wouldn’t find the right fit for this project.

However, In August I started speaking with a local school, for children with special needs, about offering an equestrian program. The school was already looking to start a number of different clubs for the upcoming year that would meet once a month. As we continued to talk, I realized this would be my perfect philanthropy project! For this first semester, I have had 5 meetings with my 8 equestrian club members. We have been learning about horses from when they were drawn on cave walls to where they are now.

Our first four meetings were in the classroom. I brought in tons of equestrian equipment including pictures, videos, and different horse related crafts. Putting together each meetings lesson plan has actually helped me implement more of a structure when teaching out at the barn. The most exciting part about running this equestrian club are the days the club members get to come to the barn and experience everything we have talked about during meetings.

Thursday, November 20th, was our second to last meeting of the semester and the clubs’ first visit to the stables. This was also my first big event that I had EVER put together for the barn and for Hand, Hoof and Heart. I had been preparing for this day for almost two months in advance and it was everything that I could have hoped for. The club members and their parents got a tour of the barn, met all of our horses, got to practice using the different grooming tools, started the first half of our final craft and EVERYONE got to ride! All of this success was thanks to being a Penniless Philanthropy Partner, 3 volunteers, Jenn Buck and 3 of our sweetest horses. I honestly wouldn’t have had the confidence or organizational skills to pull this event off without having worked with Lisa.

Our second day at the barn is scheduled for Thursday, December 18th and I cannot wait for my club members to come back. Some of my members are also looking at signing up for private lessons each week! Before beginning this project, I remember thinking to myself, “Is this going to be too much for me?” I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to put together a classroom lesson plan that would really engage and educate all of my kids that have all different kinds of special needs. I won’t say it hasn’t been a challenge because it has been the greatest challenge of my life so far. It has also guaranteed my equestrian club a spot for next semester and has opened so many doors for Hand, Hoof and Heart to become a part of the community.

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Sales Tool Kit, Part 2

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Friday, 10 October 2014
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Like the layers of an onion, your prospects and customers build their exposure and opinion of you one contact at a time. Every communication with you builds your relationship, layer by layer. You must be consistent, provide value, accessible, and inclusive and/or engaging. In Part 1 we explored Sales Tool Kit, Step 1. Now in Part 2 we’ll finish up the Tool Kit.

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2) Uncover the need, problem or pain that your prospect is experiencing. (Sales funnel stage: Awareness)

This is where your ability to ask questions and listening skills are clearly an asset. The way that you ask questions is really important. The person that you are speaking with must have the feeling that you are really interested in THEM as an individual, and that you understand THEIR situation. After you ask your question/s, give them enough time to answer, don’t cut them off. Really listen to what they are saying. Don’t guess at how they are going to end their sentence or assume that you know what’s coming next. You are trying to get to the core issue from their point of view.

What kinds of questions should you ask? For starters, there is a difference between an Open Question and a Closed Question. Open Questions ask your prospect to talk about their experience and views, whereas Closed Questions are yes/no questions. Using Open Questions to uncover the need, pain or problem can provide you with much needed information. Ask questions that:

  • Help to identify the current condition of the prospect/client’s situation
  • Provide direction and information about what their desired condition is
  • Determine the challenges the prospect /client is having in reaching their desired condition

While you are uncovering the need, pain or problem, keep the questions conversational. None of us likes it when we feel like we are being interrogated – that just puts us in the “this is an aggressive sales person” frame of mind and defensive rather than open to ongoing communication.

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Sales Tool Kit, Part 1

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Saturday, 06 September 2014
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There are key “tools” that you’ll need to improve your sales skills. Just like taking care of your horse, there are different tools used for different purposes. Used improperly or in the wrong sequence, well….the outcome is likely to be less than satisfactory.

You may notice that this can be where the lines blur sometimes between marketing and sales. But if you think of it as marketing as your image and your message, and sales as the relationship, and that these two elements must dovetail for full function, then you’ll have a better grasp on the equation.

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New Perspective on Your "Sales" Style

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Sunday, 13 July 2014
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Envision yourself: confident, proud, humble, prepared. Sounds like you're getting ready for a horse show doesn't it? Why not approach "sales" in the same way?

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There are lots of things that we do to get ready for a show.

  • We learn the rules for our chosen discipline.
  • We make sure that we have the appropriate horse.
  • We dress our horses and ourselves according to the style of riding we’ve chosen.
  • We find a coach.
  • And we practice, practice, practice.

 And then if things don’t go well, we take time to reflect and determine what those reasons are for not having done well. Maybe we’re new at it. That means more practice, practice, practice. Maybe our horse really isn’t suited for this discipline. Maybe the competition was really seasoned in this field. In any case, we rehash it and work to improve for the next outing.

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Free Rein Project Pays it Forward, by Kim Cardeccia

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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Kim Cardeccia, Hidden Promise LLC, shares her "pay it forward project" here. What a pleasure to hear of this good work - I got goose bumps! I hope you do too. Thank you Kim, keep up the great work.

 

HiddenPromiseslogoonlyLisa explained to me that the Penniless Philanthropy project was steeped in a framework of “pay it forward.” She would help me with my business, and in exchange she would ask that I agree to pay the sentiment of generosity and opportunity forward in some way that spoke to my heart. I decided that I would call my method of contribution “free rein” and let my imagination run a little with what this program would look like.

 

Then, all of a sudden the answer was incredibly obvious. I had been contacted almost a year previously be a lady who had stage 4 cancer. She was interested in learning about horses and had seen an ad for a workshop I was facilitating called “equine inspired mindfulness.” She came out and had her free introductory meeting, after which we scheduled an appointment for her.

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Sales Funnel Thinking for Marketing Your Horse Business

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Sunday, 15 June 2014
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In these challenging economic times, everyone is looking for ways to stay afloat, attract new clients and grow their horse business. If you’ve been in operation for awhile, you’ve probably rehashed and reviewed all that you offer and do. But let’s shift the thinking a little. By shifting your thinking, you can slice and dice your offerings and operations in different ways that allow possibilities to emerge. Let’s take a look at the sales funnel and how considering your operations through this lens may open new doors. After all, we are all really sales people for our businesses!

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Why My Dreams Thrive, by Erin Chimberoff

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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It is once again my distinct pleasure to introduce you to my recent Penniless Philanthropy partner, Erin Chimberoff. It is an honor to work with her, as well as the previous PP partners and the partners yet to come. Erin is dedicated and passionate about her vision and goals - I know she'll go far.

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I am going to start my post with this: My experience being a Penniless Philanthropy partner is and will continue to be the reason why my dream thrives. I never saw myself to be one that would create my own path. Having my own business never seemed like a reality to me, unless I went to school for business.

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The Anatomy and Physiology of the Sales Transaction

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Saturday, 26 April 2014
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cash registerWe don’t sell our stuff in a vacuum. It’s not a one-sided transaction. Though our time is consumed developing expertise and subsequent programs, services and products, we often don’t spend enough time understanding the other side of the transaction. It’s funny too, because we are consumers in other realms, and yet as a “seller” we tend to lose the perspective of what it means to be the buyer. Instead of starting with what you have to offer, dissecting it for features and benefits, setting your price, determining how you’ll let people know, let’s start the other way around. Let’s start with our buyer in mind and what’s going on for them. Then, coming from that perspective, we’ll return to these other elements in following blog posts.

When money is spent, it connotes trust. Think about that for a moment. It connotes trust:  trust that our expectation will be met; trust that we will be satisfied; trust that our problem will be solved or our pain relieved; trust that our life will in some way be better.

Let’s take a look at the buying decision process.

 

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Is Selling Horses Like Selling Houses?

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Thursday, 27 March 2014
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What an odd question you might think, so let’s break this apart a little. A facility owner asked about marketing ideas for horse sales because old techniques aren’t working. Digging a little deeper I learn that horse sales represent 8% of their business though it used to be much larger. The horses are everything from Cleveland Bay, Quarter Horse, Andalusian, Hanoverian to any cross breed, ranging in price from $500 to $20,000, and sold to the local dressage community, boarders and local barns.

 

It’s true that many facilities offer a variety of services as well as horse sales so they have a diversified revenue stream. If one stream takes a dip the impact can be painful. It’s also true that technology has taken quantum leaps forward with all the social media, smart phones, QR codes, the cloud, YouTube….and to keep up with ALL of it can be daunting. I think there are other nuances to this situation beyond needing updated marketing techniques however.

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What's Stopping You? by Stacey Sheley

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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Stacey Sheley shares her trials and tribulations in a very inspiring and motivating way. Thanks for sharing Stacey - glad you are a Penniless Philanthropy partner!

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My journey began in 2009 to start an equine therapy business. I had $1000, a website, genius writing skill, a bit of a business plan, grit up the wazoo, no clients, no horses, no facility, no backing financial or otherwise.

 

I came across Lisa Derby Oden’s offer of Penniless Philanthropy and was stoked. She helped me modify and refine my business plan, gave me a lot to think about and work on. In return I was to seek out some other person to help in a pay it forward manor.

 

While working with the business plan my own doors began to open. My horse returned from her lease and an off track thoroughbred a beautiful stubborn mustang mare came into my life. I was boarding and giving lessons at a great facility in a great location. A young lady came to me asking for help starting her equine massage business. She just wanted to be around the horses and practice on mine until she got going.

 

Fantastic, here is my Penniless Philanthropy person! I love the pay it forward idea. It is a fantastic and loving gentle way to help someone. Me being an optimist I naively thought, “Who wouldn’t want this?” Well, it turns out that a lot of people don’t want this. They know they need this but the heartbreaking thing is that four-letter word: fear.

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Sales Is NOT a Four-Letter Word!

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Sunday, 23 February 2014
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ResourcesCar sales people, insurance, telesales….. We all cringe at the thought, and given the chance avoid these aggressive sales approaches. Sadly, it is hard pushing sales people that leave us with this bad taste in our mouth. There are really great sales people out there too – who approach us like we are fellow human beings and engage in an honest, and often very informative, conversation rather than cramming something down our throats.

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A Little Fun, A Little Reflection

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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Happy New Year! As it turns out, 2014 is the Year of the Horse in the Chinese culture. And I was born in the Year of the Horse, so what does that mean? It’s fun to take a glimpse at your life through this lens and I am always curious to see what’s being projected for me along these lines. Susan Leavitt is an astrologer, tarot card reader and feng shui consultant and says this about 2014: “The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance. It is an excellent year for travel, and the more far away and off the beaten path the better. Energy is high and production is rewarded. Decisive action, not procrastination, brings victory. But you have to act fast in a Horse year. If you are not 100% secure about a decision, then don’t do it. Events move so quickly in a Horse year that you don’t want to gallop off in the wrong direction.”

Wow! Interesting especially since I wanted to focus this post around getting outside your comfort zone and finding something that you can be “all in” for. I was fortunate to have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in 2013. From Nov 26 to Dec 12, I was in Ethiopia, visiting my niece in the Peace Corps. Friends and colleagues said “Have fun!” as they would for any trip one might take. But thinking of going to a third world country inspired more feelings of adventure in me than the fun, rest, and relaxation as a typical vacation trip might. My comments in response also remarked on the fact that the trip would put me outside my comfort zone, and I hadn’t been there in awhile. I considered this a good thing. In reflection, there are many years in the past where I pushed the envelope, took chances (albeit calculated), and stretched myself regularly. I can see that the past couple of years I’ve been happy to enjoy status quo. And now that I can see that clearly, it’s time to find new ways to push myself, learn and grow.

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Thank Goodness for Penniless Philanthropy and Lisa Derby Oden! - by Kim Cardeccia

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Thanks to Kim Cardeccia for authoring this post about what it's like to participate in Blue Ribbon Consulting's Penniless Philanthropy program. Kim, thank you so much for your interest and your work! I truly enjoy this program and work, and am so pleased that I have this opportunity to give back to the horse industry.

I am so glad that I applied for the Penniless Philanthropy program. Working with Lisa and participating in this program has made a big difference in my business.

  

I was excited, and to be honest, a bit scared to start the program. I was embarrassed about my lack of business know how, and the lack of money that I was bringing in. All my anxious energy was for naught, however. Lisa did a fabulous job, time and time again, I might add, of reassuring me that it was ok, and it was going to get better. She let me know that the numbers of my business, for example, did nothing more than tell a story. They weren’t a reflection of the quality of my services, or more importantly, my ability to learn.

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As the Barn Turns: Conflict Resolution for Those Sticky Situations, Part 3

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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In parts 1 and 2 of this 3 part series, we looked  at:

Scenario 1: A boarder's horse kicks another horse and the injury requires a vet call and stitches.

Scneario 2: A boarder's check bounces and they say that they have no money at the present.

Let's look at Scenario 3.

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Scenario 3: An irate boarder leaves the barn and starts to bad mouth previous barn and trainer.

 

 

 

Some people are never happy. Lots of people don’t know how to take the high road. If someone is leaving your facility and you know that they are angry, you will be smart to have approached them from a listening point of view about what they are so unhappy or angry about. You can also, calmly, offer them options and other perspectives. If they remain unhappy and angry you can almost expect that they are going to bad mouth your facility and their experience there. Unfortunately the horse industry has plenty of this kind of activity. In this situation, if their claim is unjustified, you will want to take the high road and ignore their comments. The people that listen to them and buy in to what they have to say may not be your ideal prospect. And if their claim is unjustified there will not be a whole host of others that join in and agree that they had the same experience. If there is a whole host of others, then you have a bona fide problem that needs to be examined.

 

 

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As the Barn Turns: Conflict Resolution for Those Sticky Situations, Part 2

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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in The Human Element

In part 1 of this 3 part series, we looked  at Scenario 1: A boarder's horse kicks another horse and the injury requires a vet call and stitches. Let's look at Scenario 2.

 

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Scenario 2: A boarder's check bounces and they say that they have no money at the present.

 

Okay, so in this scenario you must once again remember to keep your cool. And once again, you are smart to have something in your boarding contract that addresses this very situation. Laws vary from state to state about the procedure for dealing with taking possession of the horse and selling it to make amends for money owed. Be sure that you know what it is in your state as it can be complicated, with, for example, postings being required of the sale and excess funds going to the horse owner. When preparing your boarding contract, you really hope never to have to enforce much of it. But you do really need to know the nuances and be prepared to enforce it as needed.

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As the Barn Turns: Conflict Resolution for Those Sticky Situations, Part 1

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Monday, 21 October 2013
in The Human Element

Conflict…even the mention of the word sets some people to running in the opposite direction, or getting a queasy feeling in the pit of their stomach. Conflict usually triggers that fight or flight response in all of us. And as long as there is more than one person on the planet, conflict will happen. Certainly the horse world is not immune from this human situation. But learning how to deal with it when it occurs can make the difference between stress relief and getting ulcers. There is a middle ground response that lurks between fight and flight.

 

 

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Let’s look at three different scenarios and see how the conflict can be addressed in this three part series.

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My Experience (So Far) as a Penniless Philanthropy Partner, by Kimberly Cardeccia

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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on Sunday, 13 October 2013
in Penniless Philanthropy

HiddenPromiseslogoonlyI was so excited when I got an email from Lisa letting me know she had chosen my business for her next Penniless Philanthropy project. I had a feeling being involved with this project would allow me to continue doing work that I love. Because, to be quite honest, if I didn’t start actually functioning as a business ~ making a profit ~ I would have to give up.

 

 

We scheduled our first phone meeting for a few days later, and I grew equally excited and nervous. I was apprehensive about how Lisa would react to my lack of knowledge and business practices that were certainly needing help. A part of me worried that she would regret her decision. I really had to work through embarrassment and resistance about reporting the facts about what and how I was attempting to run my business. In hindsight, it’s almost funny how scared I was. Lisa’s compassion and humor, combined with her knowledge and professionalism made a very safe environment for this highly sensitive and emotional person!

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Transform Your Horse Business

Posted by Lisa Derby Oden
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Kims photoI’d like to introduce you to Kimberly Cardeccia, a Licensed Professional counselor who has been involved with horses for over 30 years. She has operated her counseling practice since 2001, following 10 years as an elementary physical education teacher. She combines her professional skills with her passion for horses in order to help individuals surpass the mental and emotional blocks that continue to limit their experience of life. Kim’s unique style of compassionate guidance emphasizes communication and safety (both physical and emotional) in her work with people and horses. She combines her training and expertise into holistic methods to help clients heal their mind and body connection. This affords individuals the ability to tap into their inner strength, enabling them to better direct their lives and reach their goals.

Kim is the Penniless Philanthropy partner chosen in July 2013. She is very passionate about the work that she is doing and is looking for the tools and techniques of converting her offerings into a business that will support her. She developed a couple workshops and identified who her target audience is prior to our work. Her situation is not unlike so many others in the horse industry that struggle to get beyond break-even (or perhaps even losing money) to positive and supporting revenue generation. Kim and I would both like to share part of the process with you as she works to transform her business.

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