5 Reasons You Should NOT Do the Tractoring For Women Workshop

5 Reasons You Should NOT Do the Tractoring For Women Workshop

Thinking about joining our Tractoring for Women workshop?

Well, you might want to reconsider if you fall into any of these categories.

Having had some chats with people and noticed and handful of comments on social media wondering why you should have to pay for such training, I thought I’d take a look at why this course might not be right for some women:

1. You Have Partner-Promised Lessons

So, your partner has vowed to teach you the ropes of tractor operation.

That’s sweet, but if you’re still waiting, it begs the question—when will they actually have the time?

And more importantly, why hasn’t it happened already?

If the idea of indefinitely waiting sounds appealing, our workshop might just not be necessary.

2. No Need for Belle’s Tractor Hacks

If you’re confident that your partner’s instruction will surpass the need for any of my unique tractor hacks, then you might not find value in our course.

Forget about those handy labels on key buttons and levers designed to prevent common mistakes.

After all, mastering the art of not dropping your load prematurely is something you can learn … eventually, right?

3. Networking with Empowered Women Isn’t Your Thing

Not interested in building a network of empowered, like-minded women who support each other in mastering new skills?

If you’re perfectly content without having access to a wealth of shared knowledge and experience, akin to the networks often developed by men in farming, then our course might not add much value to your life.

4. Safety Techniques Are Overrated

Given that tractors are among the most dangerous machinery on a farm, our memorable safety techniques might seem unnecessary if you’re convinced that common sense is enough to keep you safe.

If you’ve got all the safety knowledge you need, then learning innovative ways to protect yourself and others might not be appealing.

5. Conflict is Your Preferred Learning Environment

If the idea of learning new skills in a stress-free, supportive environment doesn’t sound appealing and you’d much rather engage in the occasional heated exchange with your partner, then this workshop might not be your cup of tea.

Some people thrive on the adrenaline rush that comes with high-tension learning; we get it, and we wouldn’t want to deprive you of that joy.

So, there you have it—five perfectly good reasons to avoid the Tractoring for Women workshop.

But, if by chance, you’ve read through this list and thought, “Wait a minute, that actually sounds exactly what I need,” then perhaps it’s time to reconsider.

Join us, and turn those reasons on their head. And if you book in with a friend, you share a discount together.

Let’s navigate the tractor learning curve together—with less waiting, more empowerment, and certainly fewer prickly exchanges. See you at the workshop!

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