I'm a Rancher, Writer, and Photographer specializing in Rural Business Coaching
Cheyenne Glade Wilson
I am a fifth generation rancher and I was fortunate to grow up on my family's working cattle ranch in southeastern Montana. This is where my intense love of horses and livestock began. I also learned to love and respect the land at a very young age. My husband, son, and I run black angus cattle and we raise draft-cross horses. Our place is known as the Lazy Six Nine Ranch. I am an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe. We live near Big Timber, Montana in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains.
I strive daily to spread positivity and awareness of modern day ranching. One of my passions is empowering women to live life at a higher level. I strive to perpetuate the ever-evolving role of women in agriculture through my blog and podcast (The Native Cowgirl), public speaking, videography/photography, published writing, and social media outlets.
I love 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 for business/personal growth, etc.
I have been able to build several businesses in the middle of nowhere (one of which grew to 7 figure earnings in only three years). If I can do this, you can too!
I am also a certified health coach and lover of all things positive. I love helping people discover how simple it is to become the best version of themselves in all categories of their lives. I enjoy helping my clients overcome their business and
health/wellness obstacles while smashing out their goals.
I am taking new clients. If you would like to visit with me about the various services I offer, let's chat!