For more than 20 years, today’s guest Donene Taylor has been a member of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. In 2016, at the age of 52, she took the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association World Champion Tie Down Calf Roper title and is a 4-time WPRA Mountain States Circuit Champion Tie Down Calf Roper.
But, in addition to her impressive list of accolades, Donene is also a sought-after speaker, and is the author of the book “Heart of a Champion Proven Strategies to Help You Discover the Heart of a Champion That Beats Within You” which outlines the mental performance techniques she used to achieve her goals–and explains how you can achieve yours as well.
You can engage with Donene at twitter @DoneneTaylor and on her website DoneneTaylor.com
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