Calling Anyone who wants better results in all areas of their life!
It was a success!
This event is for everyone regardless if your a horse owner or not.Why? Because everything starts in the mind with awareness.
We at DCH have invited our personal Mentor, William Todd to come come speak at our Creating Your Confident Mindset event. He has made such an impact in our lives
from marriage to finances to horsemanship ( even though he is not a horseman) that we couldn’t keep from paying it forward. So we are bringing William Todd, The Mentor In Me, to Missouri!
Here is your chance to pay it forward… We are giving you the chance to do the same.
Buy your seat and bring a friend for only $100 for the entire event!!
What a wonderful life changing gift that would be to someone.
Friday: February 23rd at 6pm to 9pm, opening session with Dennis & Cindy
Saturday: February 24th, Keynote Speaker William Todd, 10am & 2pm sessions
Lunch & BBQ dinner at 6pm provided
Locations for Friday & Saturday sessions Troy Wesleayan Church
2150 Highway 47 West, Troy, MO 63379
Sunday: February 25th at 10am Horsemanship session with Dennis Cappel & William Todd
Location: Dennis Cappel Horsemanship Barn, 66 White Wildlife Rd, Silex, MO 63377
$325 without a horse
$475 with a horse
$100 bring a friend
More information contact Cindy 314-486-4064
Click here to buy a ticket for your friend! ( what a nice valentine gift)
What others have to say about CCM…
I just wanted to send you an update. This past weekend we rode at Cuivre River. This was the first time I had ridden there in about 8 years. So it was basically new again. There were 3 of us riding, and we rode for about 5 hours, did 11 miles.
I wanted to let you know that up to now I have been extremely uncomfortable leading, and have been a follower on trail rides for basically over a year.
This ride, I lead the ride the whole way! When I started to feel uncomfortable, I focused on my breathing and forced myself to think positive thoughts. I also forced myself to look around and think about what I was seeing, like interesting trees, birds, etc. Towards the end of the ride, which is when my bolting accident happened, when I felt too uncomfortable, I moved to the back for a 1/4 mile, and then when we got to 3/10ths of a mile from the parking lot, I moved to the front again, and finished out the ride. My horse, Sally, by the way, behaved well and was a really good girl. I was proud of her.
It really helped…I felt so excited to accomplish this!
Leading successfully was the next goal. Once I do this a few more times, then next step will be to ride alone.
Thank you for your help. I have told several people about the clinic and they were all surprised to hear it was in the classroom.
Hope you guys are doing well.