Nine rules you can learn from horses for your personal and professional development. Horse survival instincts and habits have stood the test of time. Those skills have helped horses to adapt to the environment and survive predators threats.
I am sure we can learn much more from each and every horse, but here are nine rules to name a few:
#Horse_Rule No. 1: Set your goal. The best horse in the world will not take you to the right place if you do not know where you want to go. Failing to plan is planning to fail!
#Horse_Rule No. 2: Connect. A horse is like a human, they both share being social animals who need to connect with their tribes. Connection with nature and animals has benefits for your mind, body, and soul. Connect to the world!
#Horse_Rule No. 3: Energy is real. Science confirms animals can absorb our energy to heal, charging yourselves with positive energy may heal your horse problems. Heal your soul!
#Horse_Rule No. 4: Meditate. Horses rest while standing during the day. Take a few minutes a day to close your eyes, stop thinking and just enjoy being and breathing. Chillax!
#Horse_Rule No 5: Walk your talk. Horses can trot or gallop but in nature, they prefer to walk. You can survive by walking along at the speed of your own engine. Remember, gentlemen walk and never run!
#Horse_Rule No 6: keep going. Horses have survival instinct of flight, they run rather than stop when they fear something. Do not let fear stop you from moving ahead!
#Horse_Rule No. 7: Read the body language. Horses may not be able to read our words but they can read our body language. Words only express a small part of what we want to say, the rest is body language. Eyes are the window to the soul. See through!
#Horse_Rule No. 8: Listen carefully. Horses not just hear, they listen and block noise by 180-degree ear rotation, using 10 different muscles (compared to three muscles for the human ear). You don't need to shout to be heard. You have two ears and one mouth to listen double the time you talk!
#Horse_Rule No. 9 Use the floor to sit and sleep. Horses in nature don't sit on chairs or sleep in beds, which is the main cause for humans' back and bone problems. Stay grounded!
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