#012 Imposter Syndrome In Barrel Racing (And In Life)

Do you have imposter syndrome? Have you ever felt like you don’t belong somewhere? Have you every worried that you aren’t supposed to be somewhere and that you are going to get called out at any moment? If so, you aren’t alone and this is what is known as imposter syndrome. Whether you feel like this in regards to barrel racing, training young horses or in any other area of your life, there is a way to move past it. This week Katrina talks about her struggle with imposter syndrome when it comes to competing in barrel racing. She shares her experience and talks about how you can overcome imposter syndrome if that is something that you are dealing with, too.

#007 Barrel Racing Goal Setting Workshop

It may not be January 1st but October 1st works just as well for setting goals and taking part in a barrel racing goal setting workshop. Listen to this episode for step by step instructions on setting goals for your barrel racing. After going through this workshop and following each step you will increase your odds of achieving your barrel racing goals by over 50%. Yes, 50%! Get a pen and paper and press play.

A Brand New Barrel Racing Podcast

Looking for a barrel racing podcast to listen to while you are riding or on a long drive between rodeos?

Want to learn more about the sport of barrel racing and horses in general?

Curious about the life of an amateur barrel racer?

If so, then I have the barrel racing podcast for you! Introducing A Cowgirl and her Horse, the podcast! Yep, you read that right. A Cowgirl and her Horse has now moved into the podcast world with a brand new podcast all about barrel racing, horses and the life of an amateur barrel racer.

The #1 Biggest Stumbling Block to Achieving Your Barrel Racing Dreams

The other day I posted a video on my Facebook page explaining why the goals you have set but have not yet reached are still valid goals. This video came after I had listened to Mark Divine’s Unbeatable Mind podcast where he interviewed James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits. The interview was extremely interesting to me and, in my opinion, very applicable to just about any barrel racer.