Featured Cutting Issue
“Success Through the Eyes
of a Nonpro Champion”
Tips and Encouragement for Amateurs and
Nonpros To Keep Improving and Succeeding
On Monday, October 24th at 11:00 a.m. CST,
I interviewed Dan Hansen in our
ongoing series of "Insights" Training Programs.
Since the inception of the "Insights" series, I have looked forward to interviewing a true Nonpro champion who you could relate to … someone who had grown his skills through thick and thin … and who would share gems of information you could use immediately in your riding and showing.
Dan is a superstar person … loves to help others, and talk “positive thinking” and cutting horses. He truly enjoys talking about the things that have helped him succeed along the way.
He is also a superstar cutting horse rider and showman.
Because Dan is so into how important it is to think powerfully, AND he has had such unprecedented success … he is also someone all riders can learn from … not just cutters.
Dan was terrific to interview. He was thoughtful, methodical and thorough in his answers.
How to Build a Belief in Yourself
- The timeless principles of positive thinking
- The only thing you have control of is what you think
- Attitude attracts what you want
- The magic of setting goals
How to Regain Confidence After Repeated “Bad” Runs
- Believe “Good things are happening to me.”
- This is the time to be the strongest
- What do I need to learn?
- Break it down to find the reasons for lack of success
- Start watching videos … vet … seek advice … get it fixed
Pitfalls for All Amateurs or Nonpros to Avoid
- Don’t make negative, defacing comments to yourself
- Identify what you want out of the sport
- Be competitive at whatever level
How to Work With Trainers
- Important to relate well
- Be clear about what you want … set goals
- Find someone who helps you gain what you want
How to Identify a Good Horse
- Identify what you want to do with the horse
- Aged event parameters
- Weekend horse parameters
How to Graciously Replace Help Who Hindered You Previously
- People are usually not offended
- Talk to people ahead of times
- Various approaches
How to be Competitive When You Don’t Live Near a Lot of Cutting
- Cutting is competitive everywhere
- Monitor your horse for hauling
How to Watch Cattle and Get a Horse Ready at the Same Time
- Get the horse ready before the cattle come in
- How to watch cattle
- How to watch from the loping area
- When to talk to your help
Questions and Answers From the Live Webinar Participants:
How can I keep thinking and not panic when my horse makes a false move?
Year-end goals set before, or after you saw it was obtainable?
How do I get a team of helpers who care at limited aged events when my trainer is not there?
How do you keep your older horses fresh?
What’s your general practice/opinion regarding paying help at regular weekend shows?
What do you do to prepare for the cutting in France?
How do you develop rhythm with a cow?
How do you handle the different styles of cattle?
How do you think about showmanship?
What do you do physically and mentally to prepare your self for a run when your nerves are high?
When You Purchase this Program NOW, it Includes:
A Digital Audio of the "Insights" interview and the Q&A
You will receive a Digital Audio version … an hour-and-a-half of listening, or more.
Within two weeks, you will receive access to a Digital Audio replay via an email. It will contain instructions for you to access the interview and the Q&A via a password protected webpage on our site. You may listen at any time from this webpage, or download the
You will receive a PDF transcript of the interview, which will be contained in the Digital Audio page.
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