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It’s a clear, crisp fall day in the Pacific Northwest and you’re at Epona Meadows in Woodinville, standing in an outdoor arena with nine of your coworkers. As a team, you must lead two horses and a donkey — each about 1,000 pounds — in unison around the arena without talking or using lead ropes, halters, or bridles. Your only tools are your mind, heart, and body. How do you and your team get the animals to complete the task? More importantly, what can you learn from this experience? [Read more…]

 

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