Sign-Up to hear Lynn’s interview with Joe Camp about his latest book, “The Soul of a Horse”!

Posted on : 17-06-2008 | By : Lynn | In : Uncategorized


Ever seen any of the “Benjie” movies?  Ever heard of Joe Camp? Well he’s a well-respected movie director, writer, animal and kid activist (my descriptors).  His latest book is called, “The Soul of a Horse”  and I’m going to be talking with Joe to learn more about his special horses and what he has “learned from the herd” on Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 2pm CST.   To sign-up for this virtual dialogue you may go to the Coaching Commons website, find the “Virtual Dialogues” tab and click on it. You’ll see my show, “Book It! words for the soul and over to the right of the screen is a place to go sign up.  They’ll shoot you back a phone number to call in for that day.  If you miss the show, you can listen to the pod cast which will be posted at a later date.

I’ve got to tell you that oddly enough, I had a real sinking feeling about interviewing Joe and I couldn’t figure out what it was.  I also resisted reading his book until pretty darn near the last second. Then I began reading his book and understood what I was feeling.  You see, I’m one of those weird humans that pretty much prefer animals over people and I’m hyper sensitive to people who don’t seem to “get” animals. Consequently, I don’t talk about animals much.  Horses in particular have always been my deep sweet spot.  What I realized when I began reading Joe’s book is he is one of us. He’s the kind of person who “gets” animals and respects them and wants to learn how to communicate with them and understand them.  I hadn’t realized how much into hiding I’d gone about my love for animals until this interview came up.

Maybe I’ll find a way to create my life long dream of working with animals and people.  We’ve so much to learn and give to each other.  Oh, yeah, I do like a heckuva lot of people too.   I just get impatient with ignorance.

Anyway, if you can grab some time this Thursday to dial in to listen to the show—please do so.  For those adventuresome types, the second half hour will be open for Q&A with Joe himself. I’m sure you won’t want to miss him!

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