I dont' really mean push, but he talks more about how it's a matter of either pulling energy toward yourself or pushing it outward , with a forward intent. He talks about how other activities are either pushing or pulling activities, and how people are usually predominantly pullers or pushers.
Pulling is learning, thinking, eating , listening, reading, watching , procrastinating.
Pushing is teaching, doing. Cooking, talking , writing, participating, practicing.
And , he says horses are pushers. The sort out their relationship to each other always with pushing. If you "pull" on a horse, he will push into your space.