The Summer Series on The Power of Partnership - Part 3 of 5

Transitioning into a new way of being with your dog isn’t always like going from A to B. Sometimes there are a few bumps in the road along the way. But what do you do when you make a mistake?

It’s normal to get knocked off-course when you’re moving towards something new. However, how you deal with those moments will determine how difficult it will be to get to where you want to go.

This is the third of five installments in the ongoing blog and podcast series, “The Summer Series on The Power of Partnership”. In it, Kathy shares some simple – yet effective – partnership principles that you can start using in yours and your dog’s daily life right away.

Once again, Kathy returns to Mary, a dog mom and avatar client, who’s tackling some challenges with her dog, Max. In each part, she looks at how Mary puts these principles into action and moves along in her partnership journey.

Listen to part one here and part two here.

In this episode:

  • Why patience is the secret to partnership success
  • How best to embark on your journey to complete partnership competence
  • How to become better partners in the dance of life

Read the blog post on this topic.

Quotes:

“Partnership competence is a journey not a destination.”

“Give yourself permission to learn, permission to make mistakes.”

“Partnerships are an ongoing learning experience.”

 

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One response to “EBD169 The Summer Series on The Power of Partnership – Part 3 of 5”

  1. Trine says:

    Thank you for this and all of your wonderful podcasts – I am now a bp member after listening for years – today I forwarded your podcast to a Dear friend with her Weimaraner

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