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Classroom Session #1 - Gallery view
Brett Lovins
15:54
If you want to participate in “chat” so that everyone sees your texts… you’ll want to click the “All panelists and attendees” above where you are typing here.
audrey
16:07
Hello Linda, Molly, and everyone!
michelle
16:14
Hello!
jAN Brooks
16:16
yes … hi to all
Naomi
16:24
Hi Molly and Linda! Excited for this!
Hallie Johnson
16:27
Hello, from Cindy and Hallie
Lizbeth Hallam
16:31
Hi everyone!
Deb
16:35
Hi!
RLDuncan
16:48
Hi from Bend, Oregon! Lillian, are you out there?
Joni Trimble
16:54
Hello Linda and Molly
cathy
16:55
hello everyone. welcome Linda
Marlene
16:57
Hi Molly and Linda and all.
lisbeth lashmana
16:58
hello from Belgium!
catherinesapienza
17:01
So glad I could be here!
Rhonda Klick
17:04
Hello, from Temecula, California.
Nancy
17:16
Hello from Florida! this is so exciting and fun!
lisbeth lashmana
17:21
It's 11 PM in Belgium!
anngreenestern
17:22
Aloha from Maui
Ellen Valagene
17:27
Hello from Missouri. Very exciting!
Kathleen Goldsmith Bumblis
17:33
Ican hear Holly very well but Linda is very soft
Ginette Reitz
17:38
hi from California
Brett Lovins
18:28
www.menti.com
Brett Lovins
18:46
545812 is the code
Tricia
19:09
Hi Ann!! I'm here too!
Michelle Smith
19:58
That is really cool!!
kerstin bernert
20:17
germany
teri
20:49
LBI
Nancy
21:01
fun!!
Naomi
21:05
Wow how cool is this
Rhonda Klick
21:10
How fun!
Nancy
21:19
the phone doesn't seem to be catching up
Rhonda Klick
21:23
Yes, we can hear you!
Nancy
21:26
Hi Linda!
Lizbeth Hallam
21:27
we can hear you😉
teri
21:27
HI!!
Emma Kline
21:35
Hi Friends!
SaraleeGarber
21:37
Hi, Linda.
teri
21:39
LBI
Silvia Onofrei
22:16
Hello from Columbus, Ohio!
audrey
22:19
hee, wishing my phone was smart
Rhonda Klick
22:24
Doesn’t it make sense that the RBI’s would be doing this course?
Emma Kline
23:33
how do we vote?
alexhoare
23:57
That was amazing!
lisbeth lashmana
24:02
this is soooo exciting
kerstin bernert
24:35
hi from germany
Amy Dorland
24:40
Love the Menti questions!
Lene Swordson
24:41
Hi from Sweden!
Nancy
24:44
hard to hear linda
Galaxy S9
24:58
Hi All...sunny Yakima Wa
532565
25:13
Hi, checking in from Valrico, FL :)
Nancy
25:13
much better on Linda's volume
jeand
25:20
yay. volume just got clearer
Nancy
25:25
Thanks, Brett
Bonnie
25:57
HI everyone. Finally made it on board.
audrey
26:32
I loved being part of the first Levels Up and this is going to be so good, too!
Sonya Shaw
29:37
Me too :-D
audrey
32:20
Hiya Sonya :~D
Sonya Shaw
33:51
Hi dear friend, so good to see you here!!
Bonnie
35:52
I am so glad to hear about this detachment! Answers why I am better with everyone elses horse. LOL>
Galaxy S9
41:32
sensitive to what?
betty
45:21
Feel: sensitive to the relationship
betty
46:02
or partnership
Michelle Smith
46:08
I am really excited to understand "the plan" and "the goals" better. Even though Linda has told me this in the past, I feel this is my biggest problem to be able to progress and focus more on the process of what I need to do with the horse!!
NW Savvy
46:08
I’ll be sending out an email with this document along with the link to the recording this evening. It will also live in the portal in the Additional Resources section :) This is Molly btw
audrey
46:32
Having vague goals makes motivation a problem, too, I've found
Hallie Johnson
46:33
Okay, thank you Molly!
Rhonda Klick
48:08
We RBI’s also like to make notebooks and lists of what we are going to do “the next time”. :)
pamelag
48:42
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pamelag
48:45
Tham
pamelag
48:59
Thank you m
NW Savvy
53:41
Gurtie- we won’t be able to hear you during the meeting. No worries :) Also if you want everyone to see your comments select “all panelists and attendees” in the drop down window above where you’re typing
Sonya Shaw
53:47
Awesome, thank you Molly!
Gurtie
54:12
thanx Molly👍
audrey
56:06
The Horsenality/Humanality mismatch SC DVD issue is one of my favorites.
NW Savvy
56:54
You can ask a question- I just can’t guarantee it’ll be answered during the session
Rhonda Klick
57:42
Super summary, Linda!
Sonya Shaw
58:01
Thank you Linda for going into such detail- the examples really helped visualize what the horse-human relationship may look like!
Stevie Jacobson
58:26
and if you are an axis point you have to learn them all because you can be in them all!
Kari Bowser
58:27
sometimes you end up marrying your opposite :-)
Brenda Schroder
58:28
amazing information!
Bridges To Success
58:32
fantastic explanation of the charts, I’m a RBE close to center & my horse Jazz is an LBI
jAN Brooks
58:44
My Zoom is disappearing and then returning. Anyone else having this happen !!! Grrr.
Sonya Shaw
58:58
Marrying opposite- hahaha!! Yes. :-P
Kari Bowser
59:04
all good here
lisbeth lashmana
59:16
MBTI
Gurtie
59:19
Now I fully understand why Lollipop and I are well matched!!
Brett Lovins
59:24
All good here… remember this is being recorded too.
Bonnie
59:27
Myers Briggs!
gretchenrohde
01:00:35
We did that at our advertising agency and the boss was LBE. His motto was “lead, follow or get out of the way”.
Lizbeth Hallam
01:01:50
😂😂😂
teri
01:02:28
absolutely
532565
01:03:37
This is another piece of the puzzle I needed today! I've listened to this information before, but today I really HEARD it! Thank you, Linda & Molly!
janet
01:04:02
This is wonderful info!!!
Mady Louvet
01:04:41
Kali
Barbara Fiocchi
01:04:56
super!! Madi
Heather Paton
01:05:21
are we to do anything with the chart on the other side?
Emma Kline
01:06:38
Molly, could you set it so we can see Maddy and her horse instead of Linda?
Carmen
01:06:41
I am not seeing the video
Emma Kline
01:06:52
(Love you Linda! Just want to see what you're talking about.)
Nic
01:07:19
i only see Linda when she's talking
Heather Paton
01:07:30
It is good here
Silvia Onofrei
01:07:34
The Zoom is set onthe speaker. We might need the gallery view.
Richelle
01:07:44
I can see both
Amy Dorland
01:07:56
Change the screen selection on you zoom to see both
Naomi
01:07:58
I have both
Hallie Johnson
01:08:10
We have both
NW Savvy
01:08:17
Nic- you might see if you switch to “gallery view” instead of speaker view.
Debbie
01:08:24
I have both
Stevie Jacobson
01:08:26
I think you have to set it on your own device
NW Savvy
01:08:36
Also- if you can’t see the video- you’ll be bale to see it in the recording
Nicole Angus
01:09:13
How do you set it up to be able to see both?
Brett Lovins
01:09:48
Should be showing both… I’m an attendee and I’m seeing both.
Lizbeth Hallam
01:10:10
that is soooooo helpful!
Ginny
01:10:12
seeing both
Nicole Angus
01:10:19
Hmmm for some reason I can only see Linda
532565
01:10:21
i cant see both either
Nic
01:10:57
Maybe because some of us are viewing in the browser, we don't have any view options
Michelle Smith
01:11:02
I am seeing both too
NW Savvy
01:11:02
We aren’t able to change the size of the video
NW Savvy
01:11:23
Remember that the recording will have both :)
Nic
01:11:54
Ok, I'll watch the recording later. Thanks
Emma Kline
01:12:54
Ok. Will watch later. Thank you Molly, Brett and Linda!
Mady Louvet
01:14:19
Thank you so much!
Brett Lovins
01:14:23
Here’s a link to the next video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpPLNZwZAb4&feature=youtu.be
Rhonda Klick
01:14:54
This is great - just like a live clinic with Linda.
Gurtie
01:15:03
way to go Madi!!
Caroline Birk
01:15:06
Brett.is there anything I can do about the volume..good thing I haven't good hearing but can hardly hear it
Caroline Birk
01:15:24
I have good hearing
NW Savvy
01:15:46
Headphones next time Caroline and make sure your volume is turned all the way up
Brett Lovins
01:16:17
I can only recommend turning up your volume. The volume levels are at a good level.
Caroline Birk
01:16:35
yes on volume up and little difference with headphones
Bonnie
01:17:40
CAroline... earbuds will do the trick. I have similar issues.
teri
01:18:11
thank you for the clarification on treats!
Caroline Birk
01:18:45
I do many regular zooms with no problem..this came up under zoom cloud which I had to download...
Lizbeth Hallam
01:18:53
oh know! I’m a big time treat giver!
Caroline Birk
01:19:20
is there any setting I can change?
KIM
01:20:30
the backing is so subtle for the change of direction but so important
Brett Lovins
01:21:19
Not that I know of beyond turning up your volume.
Naomi
01:21:25
That change of direction tip makes so much sense. I can't believe I haven't thought of it. Can't wait to try
Bridges To Success
01:22:09
what about LBI’s & treats? Jazzy does that head twitching thing sometimes
Mady Louvet
01:22:20
Question for Linda: Can the horse be a different horsenality at liberty? My mare shows the LBE at liberty this year. Last year she was running around all worried at liberty.
Sonya Shaw
01:22:22
I am a little confused-- In one of the older Levels DVD's one of the troubleshooting suggestions is to turn in the direction of the horse to help the horse know a change of direction is coming (like say for an RBI who needs more tiem to process)…?
cathy
01:22:27
I as well keep my hand up. thank you for the clarification of using more stick
Jill
01:22:27
Is this when you would tag his belly to get him going or where would you use the stick for support
Hallie Johnson
01:22:35
Cindy: I have a hard time figuring out when to be nuetral versus active… are there tips on how to know when both are appropriate at certain times?
michelle
01:22:51
clear and clean!! love this! yes video is so powerful!
Jill
01:24:03
That last comment from me was a question for Linda
alexhoare
01:24:04
I’m here! Nervous much!!!!!
Rhonda Klick
01:24:29
Alex, we are all here for you! :)
cathy
01:24:57
alex don't be nervous. we have all been here
Ginette Reitz
01:25:07
I’m on a pad . the videos are small. is there a way to enlarge it?
Karin Meis
01:25:21
Thanks Linda and Molly!!
Bonnie
01:26:00
Very Cool Alex! No worries.. its all good.
Amy Dorland
01:26:15
Sonya, Straight back for the change advances the change of direction, turning and going backwards is for teaching mode or if a horse needs you to slow down. (I'm a 2 Star Instructor)
Brett Lovins
01:26:32
Link to this one on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skr_rX7FJBw&feature=youtu.be
Sonya Shaw
01:27:16
Thank you Amy!
teri
01:30:29
OK, wait until emotions come down in motion or standing still?
Ginette Reitz
01:31:08
thanks Brett that helped
Caroline Birk
01:31:18
really small on phone. 2×3 barely so can bwhat Linda is descsuch an awesome seminar..so much to work out I'm sure..anyway to minimize Linda? to see what the horse is doing ?
NW Savvy
01:31:50
In the recording you’ll be able to watch it again with the video bigger
Naomi
01:31:56
Caroline I think Brett just shared a link to the video on youtube
Bonnie
01:31:58
Is it possible to get the links to all the lessons? Is that ok with the students.
NW Savvy
01:32:28
We’ll be sharing the info after the session Bonnie :)
Lizbeth Hallam
01:33:18
so helpful, thanks
Caroline Birk
01:33:31
the you tube video is great..so asking for the links too
Bonnie
01:33:39
Thank you Molly and Brett.
alexhoare
01:34:40
That was incredibly helpful….thank you sooooo much x
Rhonda Klick
01:34:44
Linda, so we have previously seen the “1, 2, 3” send, to get the horse to leave promptly and get going. Is that still an approach you would advocate?
Barbara Fiocchi
01:34:49
this is so helpful!
Sonya Shaw
01:34:55
Thanks so much Linda!
Jill
01:34:58
I could see the last one like she was in slow motion...RBI...very cool
Amy Dorland
01:35:01
Teri, Try to let the emotions come down in motion and if that doesn't work, then stop the horse. but wait!!! In either mode. (2 Star Instructor)
Naomi
01:35:03
Alex that was so lovely to watch! What a sweet horse. How amazing to have such brilliant advice
Irene
01:35:08
So can relate to the last video, great thoughts and ideas, thanks!!
gypsy
01:35:11
Thank You! I have learned LOTS!!
equuslibrio
01:35:15
Loved this !!! You rock Linda !!!
Bonnie
01:35:16
Incredibly helpful. Thank you Molly and LInda!
Rhonda Klick
01:35:20
Great job, Alex!
Paige Berty
01:35:30
Thank you so much! This is so helpful!
teri
01:35:48
Super, thanks Amy!
cathy
01:36:01
its kind to be clear! I love that
Sonya Shaw
01:36:22
I can hugely relate to this-- I am an RBI and so is my horse. Waiting for him to process while upset is difficult for me.
Karen Wright
01:36:23
That was great. Thanks so much to the students. You are al doing so great with your horses. The things we are learning here are refinement that most riders never get to.
Ellen Valagene
01:37:15
jDoes this apply to a more introverted horse not picking up the canter, but rather just getting faster and more anxious in trot?
Sonya Shaw
01:37:55
I learned how to be more gentle/firm and wait longer at the J to L4 course in CO.
Jaymie
01:41:19
WOW -- Our time together went too fast!!
Ginette Reitz
01:41:27
yay! thank you!!!
audrey
01:41:41
Beautifully filled :~)
Linda Huizenga
01:41:47
Time well spent today. Thank you so much!
Brett Lovins
01:41:56
Thanks everyone.
Celeste
01:42:24
Thank you so much! I learned so much and can’t wait to see my horse tomorrow : -)
cathy
01:42:35
thanks brett ,molly, and linda. tons of information.
Karen Wright
01:42:45
Thank you so much Brett, Molly, and Linda
Richelle
01:42:55
Such a great call, thank you so much!
Sonya Shaw
01:42:56
Thanks so much Molly and Linda!! This has been hugely helpful and inspiring!!
Sonya Shaw
01:43:05
And Brett, thank you!!
Bridges To Success
01:43:06
thanks so much, I learned so much
Fleta Sokal
01:43:09
thank you
Marlene
01:43:10
Thank you!
Jill
01:43:12
Thank you.
Mady Louvet
01:43:13
Thank you Linda, Molly and Brett!
Rhonda Klick
01:43:14
So great!
lisbeth lashmana
01:43:14
thank you
cezannedecristoforo
01:43:17
Thanks Molly and Linda
SaraleeGarber
01:43:17
Thank you both!
Jaymie
01:43:17
My horse thanks you too!!
Debbie
01:43:18
Thank you!!
Bridges To Success
01:43:20
thank you all
Brenda Schroder
01:43:20
Well said Molly and thank you Linda!
Tracey Schwartz
01:43:22
Thank you!
Barbara Fiocchi
01:43:22
great experience- thanks so much