Finding Your Dream Job

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The Equestrian Podcast is Back!

After a nice, busy summer break, we are back with Episode 19: Finding Your Dream Job!

I had so many of you love my first solo episode [EP 17] so I thought I would keep the ball rolling with a few more solo epis’ sporadically in between my amazing guests. So let’s get to it!

Anyone else ever been in a job situation where they just hate it? — or even just think it’s average? I am here to tell you everyone deserves to have a job you absolutely LOVE; after all, we spend the majority of our lives grinding away at our 9 to 5. Have a listen to Episode 19 and see if it resonates with you. (If you listen on iTunes, make sure you subscribe to The Equestrian Podcast so that the new episodes automatically show up in your Podcast app!)

As promised from this episode, here is my free Workbook Guide :



  1. Victoria Smith
    September 3, 2019 / 8:02 pm

    I absolutely loved this episode! It was so helpful and inspiring. I live in California, I’m a senior in high school and I’ve been a working student since I was in seventh grade. I do the 15-17 eq, and all the 3’3 medals. I’ve wanted to be a professional rider for as long as I can remember and I’ve been working towards this goal for a long time. I’m at the barn 7 days a week working, riding, helping and learning about the industry! The past couple of months I’ve seen a whole new side of the horse industry. So many trainers are unsupportive of each other, there’s so much lying and corruption it’s really quite upsetting. I’ve gotten to the point where I am not really sure if I want to be a part of a industry that is so different from the original sport I fell in love with. I’ve followed you on instagram for a long time and I’ve always loved how you talk about asking for help from other trainers and working alongside other people as you gain experience. Being a personal trainer is something that seems very interesting and amazing! Normally it seems like people are trying to make their business so big and have so many clients that they loose the original quality(step #5 ) I really just wanted to say thank you for this episode because it has given me a new sense of hope that it is in fact possible to be a professional/trainer without losing the quality. Thank you 🙂

  2. Nikki
    December 9, 2019 / 12:31 pm

    I would love if you would share the workbook you use with your students! I think that would be beneficial to me as a rider and I could use it with my own students as a trainer. Thanks for the great Podcast!

  3. Alyssa
    May 8, 2020 / 7:16 pm

    It’s 2020 and I’m listening to this episode currently! I love it! I’m currently in transition from what I have been doing job wise to what I want to actually be doing job wise. The problem is I’m not sure exactly what I want to transition to. So thank you Bethany for the great tips! I feel like they will definitely help me with the transition! 🙂

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