#EquestrianBlogtober Day 23: Tip Tuesday
It's really late, so I'm going to keep this short. My tip today is to find the right person for the job. I was bored with my old logo, which looked a lot like the British Dressage Logo. I looked at Apps that design logos for you, but none of them worked for me. I looked at a couple of design sites, and took the plunge.
Carla at ByTwig has done a great job. I had an idea, she made it work in I way I could never haved imagine, but I love it.
I am very proud of all of my qualifications, my degree, my BHS qualifications, and my Reiki, Animal Communication and Kinesiology studies, but none of these help me with computers.
I set up a website on my own, but I'm looking to get professional help with it so I can focus on what I'm good at.
So my tip is, you get a mechanic to fix a car, a riding coach to help you ride, a doctor when you are ill.
Don't undervalue yourself, or the person you ask for help.
Too many riding instructors are undervalued, by clients and themselves. I don't mean we aren't appreciated, we are, but not many charge as much as we should because we don't know how to put a price on our training and experience.