Not many women have a resume like Bobbi Jeen's. She is a team roper, model, actress, television host for Arizona Country TV, and stunt woman. She has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows including Walker, Texas Ranger and Hi-Lo Country. Lots of things impress me about Bobbi Jeen, but the what stands out the most is her passion and love for the western way of life.
She is the epitome of a Cowgirl Visionary.
After surveying a list of incredible accomplishments, I realized I was talking to a very driven woman who was a leader in the field of human potential. I asked Bobbi Jeen what her keys to success were. "I always try to treat people the way I want to be treated. I am considerate of other people's feelings," was her response. The older I get, the more I realize people that climb on top of others to get to the top won't stay there for long. Bobbi Jeen is definitely not one of those people. Her glowing personality and excitement for being a cowgirl is what has pulled her to the top. She also shared a favorite quote, "Dream So Big That If Only Half of It Comes True, It's Still Amazing." Yup! I think that one is working for her!
The other piece of advice she gave me was to surround myself with the best people I possibly could. I could not agree more. I believe we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. I want to hang out with 5 Bobbi Jeens!
When I asked her about adversity, she told me she cut her thumb off roping when she was twenty. The doctor told her she was too pretty to not have a thumb.:) She was ready to just say goodbye to it, but he insisted they would fix it. So after three surgeries she was back roping again with her new thumb. She told me that she thinks of her past as a learning curve to better herself and if someone shuts her down, she just goes a different direction.