Category Archives: Horseman’s Wealth

Horseman’s Wealth: If Your Horse Was Money?

If you went to the barn one day and your horse was coughing what would you do? You would probably start looking into the cause of the cough. Was your hay dusty, did you take your horse off property where he could have been exposed to a sick horse, was he getting good immune support…? … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Creating cash flow monthly is not like building a fence

As a horse person I often don’t get the analogies used in most books about money. So I thought I would start making some that we can relate to. Building fence in 105 degree weather is hard but it can seem easier than creating cash flow monthly. You see, with building a fence I see … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Change Your Money Story

Did you know that each of us has a money story that constantly runs in the subconscious level of our mind? This money story was probably established very early in life and it won’t change unless we find it and consciously change it. If your money story is not serving you don’t think you are … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Are You Present?

My mantra this year is Show Up, Be Present, Do Less, Expect More. Being Present is proving to be a challenge. The racial and political upset in 2020 triggered me on a deep level and this was not necessarily a bad thing. The trigger was a wake up call that all was not right inside … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Your Horse Can’t Fix You!

Graduating from Vet School, pioneering holistic horse care and temperament typing are small endeavors to where I am about to go now. Honestly, I am terrified but the horses need me to say this. When I was not able to get horses healthy using conventional medicine I learned about Holistic approaches and lots of horses … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Love What You Sell

When I was growing up my parents put a huge emphasis on learning. My mother sold World Book Encyclopedias. Whenever we had a question, even if my parents knew the answer, we always had to look it up in the encyclopedia. I believe the process of finding my own answers made me very excited about … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: 10 Steps to Building Confidence

Wealth is about more than money. It is also about relationships and personal growth. On a recent training with my network marketing partner we learned about 10 steps to building confidence. This information helps in all areas of life. Be confident before you are confident.Practice and study things you are not proficient in. This may … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Wealth Building – Learn to manage your emotion

When it comes to wealth building, emotion is not your friend! A perfect example of this is the roller coaster ride the stock market has been on the last few weeks. One day the news is good so people buy, the next day the news is bad so people sell. Did the companies being bought … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: What Is An Asset?

What is an asset? Sounds like a fancy accountant term. In reality, an asset is something of value which you own but smart money investors expect to not only own assets but have those assets bring in cash flow monthly. Boy, was this a lesson for me. For example, by definition my horses are assets, … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Network marketing – Small vs. Big Business Model

Message From MadalynI want to preface this Horseman’s Wealth newsletter with a message of hope. This pandemic has brought so much stress and grief into the lives of so many, yet there are positives. Our earth has had a chance to cleanse with less human activity. We have been able to see the benefits of … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Wealth Building-Big Dream, Bigger Struggle, Huge Victory

Big dreams come at a high price. God wants us to dream big but he also wants us to grow into the kind of person who can appreciate the victory. It’s the growing between dream and victory that can really challenge us. I have heard the concept of big dreams requiring bigger struggles but I … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: The Power of Building Residual Income

We are starting a new blog series. As a partner to our Horseman’s Health we are now going to add Horseman’s Wealth. In this blog, we are going to look at financial education. This first blog is long and I apologize for that. I wanted to tell enough of my story to help you get … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: Spring Cleaning Your Body

Many of us think about cleaning out our living spaces for a good Spring cleaning. But do you also think about cleaning out your body? According to naturopathic doctor and author of the book Detoxification, Linda Page, ND, PhD, giving yourself a good Spring cleansing or detoxifying your body is a great way to come … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: Is Your Immune System Ready for Winter?

Here we are again with cold and flu season upon us and the need to remember that giving your immune system a boost is the best way to defend yourself against catching colds and flu. A strong immune system means less illness, less time missing out on the winter fun, less time feeling miserable, and … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Five ways to control horse expenses

Whatever happened to $2 hay in the field? Alfalfa in my area is now $23 a bale and a sack of feed that cost $10 not so long ago is now closer to $20. Not to mention the price of fuel. With these numbers in mind I decided to start a horseman’s wealth section of … Continue Reading »

Financial education – the dollar is not money!

When you think of, for instance, a hundred dollar bill you probably think of money. This would be wrong thinking. The dollar is currency but it is not money. This is so important to understand and most people, including our politicians, do not get it. A currency, such as the dollar, yen or euro, is … Continue Reading »

Unemployed? Congratulations and welcome to the age of enlightened entrepreneurism

I have been following al the job report numbers and I can’t help but think people are missing the bigger picture. Not everyone is supposed to have a job! I say the increasing number of unemployed is a good thing and an indicator that we are shifting into a new paradigm. We are moving out … Continue Reading »

Capitalism – the right way!

I love capitalism and the free market system. I have a huge entrepreneurial spirit which keeps me constantly searching for better ways to do things and reach more people. Nowhere is the capitalistic, free market system more in evidence than in network marketing. Sometimes people associate network marketing with get rich quick schemes and high … Continue Reading »

Direct selling verses network marketing

I often think about how my path in spreading the word about holistic healing compares to spreading the word about network marketing. I know one of my biggest challenges in holistic healing has been helping people understand the concept of cure, palliation and suppression. People always ask me what herb or homeopathic remedy they can … Continue Reading »