Welcome everyone, we are working on setting up a swag store by the next episode and I will keep you posted on that. We have now set up another way for you to support the production of the show during our time in the booth at. I was reminded that we are an industry full of amazing people who are so supportive of each other. I’m grateful for all the listeners who’ve been tuning in to our show over the last four years as I interview these very same people.
There will be a link to support the show below by buying a virtual coffee. Every little bit helps, and it would be greatly appreciated. I would be remiss if I didn’t thank all of our guests for joining us on the podcast and sharing their stories. We’re so grateful for your time and effort in helping us to create the podcast for our listeners, thank you.
Today’s guest is a local legend. He lives a four to five-hour drive east of me here in Ontario, and I’ve always known him as one of the very few Canadian examiners for the AFA as well as the guy you didn’t want to go toe to toe with bidding on an auction item at our local Ontario Farriers Association Convention. Once he has his heart set on an item, you are not going to outbid him. Steven Morris, CJF imparts a lot of wisdom in this conversation, well earned and hard gained through his long career as a farrier.
As someone who just recently retired, he has a lot of advice for those of us in the midst of our careers, or those of you just starting out. hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.