Welcome to Parables: Life Lessons From A Horse!

June 26, 2020 1 min read

We are so excited to introduce a new podcast, Parables: Life Lessons From A Horse, hosted by our Founder, Kat Chrysostom. This podcast is about how love, connection and trust translate into leadership. And what horses and animals have taught her and how they’ve led Kat into becoming a better leader for herself and in business.

A little about this episode:

We are going to have a lot of fun, learn new things and better connect with our authentic selves and others. In this episode, you will get to better know me, your host, Kat Chrysostom, as I share my story from temporary paralysis to back in the saddle. In between, I explain the physical healing—but more importantly—how Para came into my life and how he mentally healed me and allowed me to reconnect with myself.

This podcast is about lessons that animals can teach us. Real-life stories will be shared, books will be reviewed, and guest experts will be interviewed.

Click the link to below to take a listen and be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app!





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