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In this episode, Sarah and Esteban explore the good and bad behind comparing your dog and yourself to others in dog agility.
You Will Learn
- How making comparisons can motivate you to improve your agility training.
- How making comparisons can make you feel bad about your progress in the sport.
- How realistic it is to never compare yourself to anyone.
- How focusing on creating the best version of yourself can free you from the comparison trap.
- What is Beethoven’s least favorite fowl?
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