Just Say No – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Just Say No

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  • kozak11288@gmail.com says:

    So so true! No, is one of the hardest things for me. Course my interests and loved ones are those who take the consequences on.

    • Esteban Fernandezlopez says:

      This is one of the biggest changes you can make in your life, try it for a week or two. Say NO to everything. See how you feel.

  • Lynne Bockelman says:

    The only thing that’s really yours is your time. If you give it away to everyone else, there’ll be none left for you! You have the right to say no without feeling angry or guilty. Rehearse it in your head, so you’ll be prepared the next time someone asks for something you don’t want to do…

  • ZeleMan says:

    wow SOO true, last year I created a recurring event @ 12 noon in my calendar; it simply said: ! NO ! I not only found lots of extra time, it somewhat weeded out some clients that were constantly rescheduling (etc).

  • loisronis@gmail.com says:

    I am in the same class as Shammy/Jan Smoller And we are both enrolled in your VIP program Our classes are set up with masters courses and the focus is just to complete the course in order to get the q This is the only indoor A/C training site close to our homes In class I try to pick out a nested novice sequence to set Kalani and I up for success There is not a lot of attention to detail or breaking down the training layers so there are so many gaps in my learning layers I have been training for over 4 years I also have been competing but very few trials over the years I am interested in detail and doing everything properly finding the best line etc I feel that I want to wipe my slate clean and go back to the beginning I have worked privately with an international competitor and instructor but the problem was outside in 100 degree heat which I could not tolerate but she was excellent I am sure you can guess who this person is in South Fl! When I am ready to go back to the trial ring I plan to travel to Bratty Paws Anyway I am detailed oriented I have a very open mind I follow agility all over the world I work online with working dog to help translate in chat room post maps running orders answer questions provide info This is my way of feeling part of the international agility community and contributing I have access to many data bases all over the world This gives me inspiration Anyway it is more important that Kalani and I execute a sequence perfectly than complete a course and get a sloppy q

  • Leanne says:

    Wow – so true. Really need to do this.

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