Tag Archives: Dreamchaser Leadership

Knowing What You Want

Knowing What You Want By Robert Forto, PhD As a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistics (NLP) I am constantly asked, “Dr. Forto, how do I know what I want?”  I tell my clients when you set an outcome you are programing your mind to achieve that goal. Consciously or unconsciously, you that to notice opportunities and possibilities around you that can help …

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Influential Dog Trainers and Their Contributions- Part 3

Pfaffenberger, Scott, Fuller, Reynolds Trainers for decades have understood that there is more to training canines than a set of procedures, or simple applications of principles, no matter how sound.  A trainer must be patient, and an astute observer of the canine’s body language.  The best trainers all have one thing in common, they know how to read the dog. …

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The Future Home of Iditarod Dreams Part 2

The Future of Iditarod Dreams Part 2 If you got a chance to listen to the latest episode of the Mush! You Huskies Radio show you will know by now that the future home of the Team Ineka mushing kennel will be in Willow, Alaska. Listen to the show here: Team Ineka in Alaska After almost six months of traveling …

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The iPad and How we Utilize it at Denver Dog Works

The iPad and How Denver Dog Works will Utilize It By Robert Forto As many of you know we offer a course at Dog Works Training Centers to teach people how to become the best dog trainers in the world. In our course we provide an interactive learning environment that is partnered with cutting edge technology and over nineteen years …

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Knowing What You Want

Knowing What You Want By Robert Forto, PhD As a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistics (NLP) I am constantly asked, “Dr. Forto, how do I know what I want?”  I tell my clients when you set an outcome you are programing your mind to achieve that goal. Consciously or unconsciously, you that to notice opportunities and possibilities around you that can help …

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Achieving Success Using Mental Performance Training Part 1

Achieving Success Using Mental Performance Training Part 1 By Robert Forto, PhD Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare. Japanese Proverb Many competitive human/canine teams, whether in the ring, on the trail, or on the field, are so busy preparing and being busy that they have no idea where their busy-ness is taking them. In …

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