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Ignite The Flame: Equine-Assisted Learning Can Save A Failing Marriage

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Do you feel that your marriage has lost its spark? Are you arguing more often with your spouse? Are you finding it difficult to communicate with each other? Have you tried everything from self-help books to counseling, but nothing seems to be working? Help from a horse may be exactly what you need to ignite… Read more »

Take Back Your Life With Positive Living For Women

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Are you a woman who wants to feel more comfortable in her own skin? Do you feel like your life is running you, instead of the other way around? Are you constantly overwhelmed, but want a change? If so, Positive Living for Women is the event that will change your life! It begins this September… Read more »

Achieve Success With Harness Your Ability To Sell Effortlessly

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“If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done” – Thomas Jefferson Calling all business owners! What if it were possible to add another zero on to your annual income? What if you could actually feel good about selling again? Gina Yarrish, CEO and founder of Yarcort,… Read more »

The Dying Giant: Why Yahoo Needs Equine-Assisted Learning To Conquer Lack Of Leadership

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Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality – Warren Bennis The skills of leadership are in no way definite or concrete. Individuals can be born with certain attributes that provide them with a natural ability to lead. However, that does not mean there is not room for others to learn how to improve… Read more »

The Horses vs. The Shrink – How Equine Assisted Learning is Changing the World

Equine Assisted Learning, (EAL), is a coaching approach. This method aids individuals in changing patterns of behavior in their lives. Therapy, on the other hand, addresses a psychiatric concern and aims to medically cure the problem. This difference is critical: it must be understood before an individual will know which approach is right for them.… Read more »