Leslie Linthicum

Friday, October 16, 2009
Getting Grounded

 

Leslie Linthicum

ABQjournal.com

llinthicum@abqjournal.com

On a Sunday morning about a month ago, I was enjoying my morning Albuquerque Journal, knowing that I would soon to the New York Times. The mix […]

Dr. Jennifer Howard

Friday, October 9, 2009
"Seven Easy Steps": I don’t think so

 

Dr. Jennifer Howard

www.drjenniferhoward.com

twitter.com/DrJennifer

You are probably just like me in that I am tired of on-line ads, either in Twitter or in e-mail that […]

Penelope Trunk

 

 

Friday, October 2, 2009
On the Importance of Being Vulnerable

Or why we see the world differently

 

Penelope Trunk

http://www.brazencareerist.com/

http://penelopetrunk.com/

http://twitter.com/penelopetrunk

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 […]

George Moscona

 

Friday, September 25, 2009
Left Brain? Right Brain? Above The Line? Below The Line?

George Moscona

www.SOLInstitute.org

www.CasaDeVida.org

www.BreathOfLifeMinistries.org

When working with a horse, I often use Pat Parelli’s "Left Brain/RightBrain" dichotomy to give me a reference point on how to deal with the horse. When a horse is in […]

Call in show with Shecky. Do over!

The night Shecky and I tried to do a call in show the first time, we had technical difficulties, so we called a "Do Over!"

 

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Stewart Raven Smith

 

Friday, September 18, 2009
Ya Just Gotta Do the Work

Stewart Raven Smith

twitter.com/StewartRaven

Have you listened to the intro music for this show? That music was written and performed by Stewart Raven Smith. If […]

Jeff Schechter

Friday, September 11, 2009
How Fast Can You Go?

Jeff Schechter

JeffsBusiness.com/

twitter.com/ReallyShecky

Sometimes when I am working with a horse I haven’t ridden much, I’ll do fine with him at slower speeds, but my communication seems to fall apart when I get to higher speeds. I have to find the right […]

Bethe Almeras

Friday, September 4, 2009
Let’s Play

Bethe Almeras

GrassStainGuru.com/

twitter.com/balmeras

NO HORSEPLAY!

How many times have you seen that sign at the public pool? The reason that kids are not allowed to horse play is that real horses play big with a lot of action. Someone could get hurt. (You can put someone’s eye out with that!)

But that doesn’t stop Bethe […]

Ponet

Friday, August 28, 2009
Don’t Act When Angry

Ponet

www.ponetonline.com/

twitter.com/Ponet

When Ponet and I communicate on Twitter, it’s usually with a lot of fun and excitement. Ponet is known for her Tweeting in all caps and lots of hashtags. Her enthusiasm is infectious.

A few days ago, Ponet and I were talking about her art, and what drove her art. […]

Catherine Grison

Friday, August 21, 2009
How NOT to Meditate

Catherine Grison

www.yourfrenchaccent.com/

www.frenchshuicafe.com/

twitter.com/CatherineGrison

When I read Catherine Grison’s blog post "How to (Not) Meditate," I knew I had to invite her as a guest on my show. She said in the text of this post that she had to do multiple takes to get the video right. And in the video […]