Horse Record Books

Thursday, February 16, 2017

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Why is it important to write your goals down?

If you are constantly thinking about something you want to achieve, but never write it down... it's not actually an official goal yet.  Close.... but no cigar.  In order for it to qualify as an actual Goal, it needs to be written down.  In black and white.  On paper.  No ifs, ands, or buts.  Write it down!  Write it down!  Write it down!


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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

The Importance of Writing Your Goals Down.

Why write your goals down?

*Shows commitment.  When you write your goals down in black and white you have now committed yourself to achieving that goal.  It is no longer a thought, it is a record of your hopes and dreams.

*Sets a clear path.  Until you physically write your goals down they are just thoughts and ideas in your mind.  We all have a lot going on in life and our original idea of our goals can easily be forgotten or altered.  When written down, we now have a reference to our exact goal. 

*A constant reminder.  Every time you look at that paper with your goals on it you will be reminded of your exact goals, and the importance of reaching that goal.  Your passion and desire to reach that goal will re-ignite.

*More likely to achieve.  When you have committed yourself and have a daily visual reminder of your goals, you will focus your actions on achieving your goals.

Tips for Goal Writing:

-Write your goals down on a piece of paper that you will see on a daily basis for a constant reminder.

-Be specific, and make sure they are obtainable.

-It's ok if your goals scare you a little bit... They should.  That way you know you have set them high enough.

If at first you don't succeed:

If you do not reach your goals, don't stop trying.  Think positive.  The journey to your goals is filling your life with stories and memories to cherish and share with those around you.

A great quote by Denis Waitley:
"The secret to productive goal setting is in establishing clearly defined goals, writing them down and then focusing on them several times a day with words, pictures and emotions as if we've already achieved them."


Horse Record Books - GOALS page

Thursday, January 29, 2015


Be honest with yourself.... How organized are you?

Organization can often take a back burner in your life.  Maybe your too busy, too tired, or just don't care.  Whatever the reason is, it's an excuse that may be preventing you from moving up the success ladder.  Organization is a key to success.  It also is a key to sanity.

Being successful comes from a chain of events.  This chain begins with you determining your goal.  Once you have a goal in mind it is up to you on how you go about achieving that goal.  Are you a go getter and jump in head first?  Or do you take the tortoise approach and work towards that goal at a slow and steady pace?  No two ways are right or wrong.  But whether you stay organized through your journey could affect your outcome.

Being Unorganized.
Being unorganized is exhausting just thinking about it.  Why you ask?  Because your brain does not have a clear decisive plan.  Your thoughts are all over the place.  You forget things, misplace things, and to be honest it is simply more work!  You may still have your goal in mind but you haven't truly dedicated yourself to achieving it.

Being Organized.
Being organized may seem like more work, but it is not.  If you are not used to being organized it may take a little self discipline, but know that it will pay off.
An important part of being organized is writing things down.  And the best tool for you to use is a planner!  A calendar and notes section all in one.  But let's take your organizational skills to the next step with a more direct planner.... A Record Book.  HORSE RECORD BOOKS.

Being Organized with Horses.
Let's just state the obvious, we horse people are passionate about our sport and we take our goals seriously.  But we need to be organized too.  Horse Record Books will help you stay organized while you plan, manage, and document your way to success.  Think you are being organized by jotting things down in a generic planner or blank notebook?  You are.  But you can do better.  Chances are you are forgetting to document important information.

Horse Record Books allows you to plan ahead with a monthly calendar, and document every single trip with the Trip Details Pages.  The Trip Details, or core of the books prompts you to record important information from date and location to expenses incurred on your trip and how well you performed.  Included in the 150+ page spiral bound books are pages for you to keep track of association and club points along with Horse-Stats or earnings section.

Do you show horses under a judge?  Barrel Race?  Rope?  Steer Wrestle?  Rodeo?  If so, we have a record book that will keep you organized.  Horse Record Books is an ingredient for your recipe to success.  Don't fall short of your goal because you are unorganized.

Get a Horse Record Book at:

 Barrel Racing Rodeo Record Book

 Timed Events Record Book

 Horse Show Record Book