Episode 52: Setting SMART Horse Goals for 2016


This episode is all about helping you decide what you want to accomplish with your horses in 2016. Whether you have specific milestones you want to reach with your horse or your goal is to get a horse this year, setting measurable SMART goals can help you accomplish whatever you set out to.

Set Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based goals to accomplish the most with your horse this year!

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

  • Use this worksheet to write down your goals so you can track your progress. And email me a copy or post in the comments section when you’re done!
  • I also mention in this episode that if you would like some help reaching your goals, I am offering one on one coaching as a way to hold you accountable and help you with your progress. Please email me for details.


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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. H D

    I really enjoyed this podcast. Great information for setting any type of goal, not just horse-oriented.

    1. Alyssa Barnes
      Alyssa Barnes

      Thank you so much! I really believe taking the time to write down our goals is an incredibly powerful practice.

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