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Cautious Optimism Is For Amateurs

Tuesday
Morning Gallop

TMG 

A 42 second read for your success

 

 

 

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  6:39 A.M. Eastern    

Tue.,April 27,2010


Tuesdays are busy days.

Monday's fogginess and confusion is history.
On Tuesdays, you want to get things done in your business. 

Forty two seconds of motivational thought follows below.

Read it now, not later.

 

 

Cautious Optimism Is For Amateurs

As
the chute opens, is the rodeo bull rider cautiously optimistic about the
next eight seconds?

Were
the signers of the Declaration of Independence cautiously optimistic
about their futures as they dipped their pens in ink?

Was
Neil Armstrong cautiously optimistic as Apollo 11 roared from the launch
pad on course for the moon?

 If
you're like most people, your optimism struggles daily to outwit
pessimism.  Pessimism lurks under every bump in the road, around
every corner you turn and within every news report you hear.

There
is no purpose for cautious optimism on your path to success, for cautious
optimism is just another way to say maybe.

And
if you are a chess player, maybe is pessimism's way of saying
"check".

Believe
and succeed.

 

 

 

 

Live Profitable Horseman Workshop Wednesday, May 12,
2010  Fallbrooks Farm, North Plains, Oregon
Fallbrook main 

 

 

 

 

Fallbrooks
Farm Hosts an All Day Workshop

With
Two Nationally Recognized Experts

"Why Professional Horsemen
Go Broke and What to Do About It"

By Doug Emerson of the
Profitable Horseman

 

And

 

"Compost Your Horse Manure
– Discover Hidden Treasure in Your Barn"

By Peter Moon of O2Compost

 

To
Register:       go to:
www.fallbrooksfarm.com

Price:    $175.00

Special Early Bird Price
$150.00 if registered by May 1.

 

Make
it a great day!

 $ hat

Doug Emerson
Profitable Horseman
Doug@ProfitableHorseman.com

Why Professional Horsemen Go Broke and What to Do About It. Live Workshop May 12, 2010

aAnnouncing:

Profitable Horseman Live One Day Workshop

Wednesday May 12, 2010 at
Fallbrooks Farm, North Plains, Oregon
 (Appx. 35 minutes from
Portland Intl. Airport)

 

Fallbrooks Farm Hosts an All Day Workshop

With Two Nationally
Recognized Experts

"Why Professional
Horsemen Go Broke and What to Do About It"

By Doug Emerson of the
Profitable Horseman

 

And

 

"Compost Your Horse Manure – Discover Hidden Treasure in Your
Barn"

By Peter Moon of O2Compost

 

 

 

Doug will unravel the mysteries of making money in the horse
business. He will offer simple and practical solutions to: 1) help you map
out your business plan and create achievable goals to build the profitable
horse business you've always wanted, 2) relieve anxiety about cash flow in
your business by helping you get control of the finances 3) help you overcome
the need to be a control freak and micro-manage with practical job delegation
practices.  And he'll leave plenty of time for questions from you
about your business and how to reduce the stress of managing.

Doug has been a horseman for over forty years and offers thirty
years of personal small business experience along with 10 years of business
consulting experience to his audiences and clients.

He will offer advice and suggestions that you can implement on
the spot for immediate value to you and your business.  

Peter will teach you the fundamentals of composting and show you how
to take the labor of pile turning completely out of the process. 
Following a bit of time "in the classroom", he will lead a walking
tour of Fallbrooks' beautiful new compost system.  Seeing is Believing –
you DO NOT want to miss this opportunity!  As a licensed engineer, Peter
has over 21 years of experience with composting, and has systems located
throughout North America, and as far away as Beijing, China.  Peter
offers a "Manure Solution" for every farm and for every
budget.  He has even been heard to say, "When you think of manure,
I want you to think of me!"

This workshop is designed for every horse owner and stable
manager and will be packed full of take home information.  In addition,
O2Compost is offering a 15% discount on their compost systems, but
only to those who attend the workshop. The day will include "audience
friendly" lectures, a workbook, group exercises, a walking tour of
Fallbrook's new compost facility and a fabulous lunch.

 

To Register:       go to: www.fallbrooksfarm.com

Price:    $175.00

Special Early Bird Price $150.00 if registered by May 1.