Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 16th | Playing with purpose is how you learn to do things you don’t really know how to do. Intending to do something, expecting a result, and being present in the moment to observe and catalog that result is how knowledge and understanding grows.
Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 16th | Think Forms Not Drills – A drill is something an athlete does to get better. Drills help you build the skills you will need in the future. This focus on getting better and the future is putting the cart before the horse and values skill over knowledge.
A form is something an artists studies. Forms help you understand what the reality is in and around an activity. Forms are about uncovering the essence and understanding of a skill or activity.
Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 14th | Every game we play with our dog is a purpose driven endeavor. Most of the time, the only purpose people care about is scoring points. That is a purpose, but I wouldn’t say that is THE purpose.
Apryl & Motown (5 months) Work Some Dog Catch Foundation
Patrons Only – Latest revision of the Patron’s Choice: Routine Building Vol 1 eBook in PDF, ePub, and mobi versions. 66 pages of Routine Building Goodness
Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 14th | Ron Watson on Disc Management for the Team.
Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 15th |
If your dog knows flank vs pass and how to drop and you know when to give the Drop cue, then your disc management problems are pretty much over. Just cue the Drop when your dog is running over top of a pile of discs and keep it moving. Easy, right?
Sneak Peek – Patrons Only… Public Release Dec 14th | A dog that knows how to flank and pass will be able to maintain a desired working distance of the handler’s choosing. Combined with a cued Drop, this knowledge makes the dog a superstar in disc management.
Ron Watson on working for Patrons.
So the first group video chat is in the books. It was bad ass!