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Author: Cheyenne Glade Wilson

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The Native Cowgirl podcast is a montage of conversation for anyone looking to add a little cowgirl grit into their lives. Some of the subject matter includes Mindset + Clarity Coaching + Online Marketing + Sales + Entrepreneurship + Hormone Hacks + Health/Wellness + A Bit of Ranch Life Sprinkled In & More!Cheyenne Glade Wilson is a fifth-generation cattle rancher and was born a “cowgirlpreneur”. She got her first job day-working when she was 11 years old and grew up very hands-on on her family’s working cattle ranch in Montana. She was riding before she could walk (literally). Hard work and tenacity are skills that she feels have helped her along the way. She believes these skills can be accessed at any stage in life.Cheyenne has a lot of personal experience in business. She has worked in big cities and in the middle of nowhere. She has had bosses and she’s been the boss. She knows what it’s like to work from the bottom up and what it’s like to work for herself. She knows what it’s like to start companies and organically grow them. Cheyenne also knows the importance of having multiple streams of income. Ranchers only get one paycheck per year so figuring out how to earn that much-needed revenue was extremely important in helping her and her family make ends meet. She knows about all sorts of the obstacles that can come along and how to navigate through them. Cheyenne is no stranger to adversity in life and work. She has done a lot of living and enjoys sharing what she has learned in hopes of helping others. She enjoys using humor, inspiration, and positivity to share her message with the world. Cheyenne is a huge supporter of agriculture and women in ranching. She truly believes that the sky isn’t even the limit for anyone wanting more out of life.Cheyenne went from bankruptcy to earning 7 figures in three years in her side gig...while living 60 miles from the nearest grocery store…on a sometimes-impassible road…in the poorest area per capita in the entire country. She knows what it takes to breakthrough and she enjoys helping women uncover their potential, hone-in on their skills, organically grow their businesses, and annihilate self-doubt. Cheyenne is obsessed with the idea that creating a life that is rich in all things that light them up...is a total reality no matter where a person lives! Cheyenne's calling is empowering women to create their BEST life by discovering what sets their souls on fire. Prioritizing what matters most and how to live a life worth fighting for are daily areas of focus for her. It's all about creating more time and space for the things in life that REALLY MATTER!In this podcast, you will find business mentorship, clarity coaching, online marketing strategy, inspiring interviews, tales of daily ranch life, and SO much more.Learn -> www.thenativecowgirl.comConnect -> cheyenne@thenativecowgirl.com
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Big Announcement!!

Big Announcement!!

2022-06-1516:33

If you are a part of ranch life in any capacity, you understand that it's always demanding. There are always things to be done, fixed, or implemented. And, even in "down time," much time is spent preparing for the busyness to start all over again.It is in that same spirit and understanding that Cheyenne delivers this short but important announcement to her audience!She has decided to press pause to take care of her mind, body, and spirit as well as her responsibilities during this very busy t...
Sometimes you meet someone and you just know that you're going to be great friends! And that is exactly what happened when Cheyenne met Phyllis Burchett. They were like kindred spirits from the start!Prior to launching into photography, Phyllis was a horse trainer and breeding-farm manager. She primarily showed Appaloosas where she won Appaloosa World and National Championships along with several Honor Rolls. She trained horses for my amateur and youth clients who went on to win several title...
Sometimes raw talent is something that isn't discovered until we step out of our comfort zone and try something new! In today's podcast, Cheyenne interviews Erica Mannix, to discuss her time on the ranch and how she fills her time outside of ranchwork.Erica Mannix is one of 5 members of the 5th generation currently working on the Mannix Ranch in Helmville, MT. The ranch is currently managed by members of both the 4th and 5th generation and is currently working through the process of successio...
What do a pen and equine bodywork have in common? After listening to today's podcast, you'll understand that both are a bit of magic created by the hands of Cheyenne's guest, Kaycee Monnens.Kaycee is a Catholic writer, agricultural freelance journalist, and equine body worker. She’s constantly on the road, always reading at least five books at a time, and loves to dabble in the kitchen when she has time (although she says her fiancé is a far superior cook). She is passionate about the we...
Day-to-life is stressful and even hard on the body for a lot of people. But for those who live life on the ranch, the stress and physical toll that ranch life can take on the body can cause us to feel out of balance. There are always things that have to get done, so we just keep pushing through. But what if there was a way to reconnect the mind, body, & spirit that would also be physically healing?That's where today's guest, Candace Weeda Strobbe, comes in! As the owner of Cascading Welln...
Kelly Altschwager is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, and Performance and Rider Fitness Specialist.After years in the performance horse world and fitness industry, she noticed a common recurring trend; the majority of horse owners and competitors were investing incredible amounts of time and money on their horses’ training, feed, tack, and overall wellbeing… but they weren’t doing the same for themselves.From that realization, Western Workouts was born. The Western Workouts...
In this podcast episode, Cheyenne interviews creative cowgirls, Skye Ogilvie and Blue Borton.Skye Ogilvie is the cowgirl behind Cielo Cinches. She grew up in Western Montana where horses were her family’s livelihood. In 1994, with the assistance of my friend, Rebecca Morgan-Albertson, she built her first cinch. She was only a teenager at the time, but she fell in love with mohair back then. Some 17 years later, she was approached by Rebecca to film her cinch-making DVD. By the tim...
In this podcast, Cheyenne interviews wearable art maker, Kailey Klein. Kailey is a western creative, cowboy gal, mama, and ranch wife. She loves old turquoise, tooled leather, tacos, and good cow ponies -- and, of course, her business Magpie West Leather Co.Magpie West Leather Co. was born in a little ranch house on the outskirts of a Oregon college town. Her working cowboy boyfriend (now husband) brought home some leather scraps and a rose stamp after work one day and said, "here,...
In today's podcast, Cheyenne interviews cowgirl, writer, and photographer, Richelle Barrett.Richelle raises kids and cattle in North-Central Montana. Experienced in agriculture, customer service, and servant leadership, Richelle works hard to create content via her writing and photography that meets the needs of clients, and that also shares her message. She and her husband ranch with her parents on their family operation, along with their two young daughters (10 & 8). When not busy...
Jaimie was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona and the love of horses ran deep from a young age. She had the privilege of studying under some amazing horsemen and women growing up which only deepened her desire for learning the art of horsemanship. Jaimie attended Colorado State University and obtained a degree in Ag Business and Equine Science. Jaimie and her husband Austin now manage Griffin Land and Cattle outside of Billings, MT with their two young children.Jaimie enjoys raising high-qualit...
We've all been through difficult times, which makes it easy to relate to some of the struggles that author, Dawn Newland, has faced (and overcome). What makes her struggle different and inspiring is the way she has used it to shape her craft. As you listen to this podcast, please prepare to be inspired!!Dawn Newland and her husband, Wilbur, ranch west of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, on Wyoming and Montana land that has been in the Newland family since 1905. As an artist, her talents ran...
In today's podcast, Cheyenne will interview cowgirl and entrepreneur, Tammy Pate. Tammy born and raised in Montana, and has a long family history rich with rodeo and ranching roots. Her parents raised her horseback and provided a childhood filled with horses and rodeo. Tammy attributes her love of the western lifestyle and especially her appreciation for the cowgirl spirit to her grandma Betty Kunesh, a true pioneer woman who could break horses as well as she can bake a pie. Along with being ...
What is the cowgirl spirit? In today's podcast, Cheyenne will have that discussion with Tia Watson, who always knew she wanted to be a "cowboy." This led her to her also pour her passion into these two companies:#crossncustomcinches Is dedicated to building quality gear for the working cowboy. We only use the highest quality materials No blends, no synthetics.old_soul_silver_co: Beautiful, silversmithing creationsWho is Cheyenne Wilson?Cheyenne was fortunate to grow up on her family's working...
In today's podcast, Cheyenne interviews Jordanne Pruitt, of Cowgirl Art Rodear. Cowgirl Art Rodear is a celebration of cowgirl artists and their community, gathered together to honor the deep traditions of western art, culture, music, and poetry. Their second Annual Event, featuring western female artists, will be held in Bridgeport, California on July 22nd & 23rd. There will be performances by singer/ songwriters and poets, as well as displays for sale by makers and artists representing ...
There are things in nature and stories from our past that help to ground us, if we take the time to take them in and learn from them. There are so many benefits to slowing down and allowing ourselves to feel.In today's podcast, Cheyenne will share the story of Cougar, a Philly that taught her one of life's greatest lessons - about timing, feeling, and faith. You will leave inspired, refreshed, and maybe with a new perspective on all the "busy" in your own life.Who is Cheyenne Wilson?Cheyenne ...
Back in the Saddle

Back in the Saddle

2022-02-1636:50

2021 was a year of unprecedented loss, reflection, and growth for Cheyenne Wilson, as it was for many people. While she took a break from her podcast, it became increasingly evident that she has a message to deliver. She may not always see herself as positive or inspiring, but those who listen would beg to differ. There is a certain hope and inspiration found in her vulnerability - and, for many, her message provides a bright spot.Remembering her passion to help others and desire to share her...
Sometimes in life, we are juggling too many things. And even when we are checking off all the lists and getting everything done, there comes a time when we realize that we might not be doing the BEST that we can do...because we are just doing too much.In those times, it's necessary to reflect on what is really most important...and then to reset and refocus.While discussing this importance, and wanting to bring you the very best content possible, Cheyenne has made a really big decision when it...
Horses play a pivotal role in ranching, and there is so much more to their part in success on the ranch than one may realize. In this podcast, Cheyenne dives into what owning horses on the ranch really entails, and she weaves in interesting bits of history throughout. Who is Cheyenne??She loves helping rural entrepreneurs level up in what they are passionate about. This includes updating company branding, amplifying social media platforms, increasing website traffic, one-on-one coaching ...
As promised in the previous episode, Cheyenne provides detailed information about how she ended up as a top leader in a multi-billion dollar network marketing company - even though that was never really her goal. How did it happen in the middle of nowhere? And what impact has it had on her & her family as they navigate life on the ranch? She'll explain!!Who is Cheyenne??She loves helping rural entrepreneurs level up in what they are passionate about. This includes updating company br...
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