Narrow but deep
I am at the Starrette Farmhouse in Statesville, a soulful sanctuary established by Ann Starrette to offer a place for people to reflect, for a No Agenda Day, a monthly retreat planned by Starrette and Nicole Greer whose vision on the second Friday of each month is to help people refresh and recharge. Other retreaters before me have succumbed to naps, exhausted from the pace they run each day. Some knit. Others hike. A few work on writing book chapters. They dream, pray, or read. No two people’s days unfold just the same. Many sit down with Greer, a life and business coach, and plan for their personal or professional futures or learn about themselves through the Path Elements Profile assessment she administers. I am here because I have gone broad for too long. This year, I must go narrow but deep.
Read the rest of this essay in the look book for Lake Norman Currents Magazine… (this link will open the ‘look book’ for the magazine then scroll until you see Narrow but Deep. You’ll find the above pull-out quote there!).
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