Episode 19: There’s so much to train!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The most important thing to remember when it comes to choosing WHAT to train when your time is limited and your list is long
  • 5 tips to help you prioritize your time, avoid feeling overwhelmed, and maximize your chances for making REAL progress with your training
  • How knowledge and expertise are NOT the same thing, and why that matters
  • Why you need a supportive community around you, and why the TYPE of community you’re a part of matters


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  • Thanks for this episode! Both this episode and the last one have been really helpful. I have a young dog and there is SO much to teach her.

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