Sharon Ralls Lemon
Feb 13, 2018-- Frederic Pignon and his wife, Magali Delgado, travel the world performing and leading horsemanship and dressage clinics. Magali dazzles audiences with her ability to perform high-level dressage moves without so much as a bridle. Together the duo invite humanity into an altogether different approach to relationship. Their philosophy towards horses is actually a way of life: love, respect and understanding, patience and trust as the basis of connection to all things. As the hours passed, bundled against the elements in layers of coats and blankets, Kelly Wendorf began to hear not only some profoundly transformative lessons on optimal horsemanship, but on leading, living and relating. In this piece she distills 21 lessons learned from this encounter. (21214 reads)
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"May we be closer to our kindest humanity this holiday season. May we listen more, speak less, inspire more and control less. May we be joyful. May we evoke joy in others."
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One measure of leadership is the caliber of people who choose to follow you.
Dennis A. Peer
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