We’re living in an interesting time when all the things we used to take for granted aren’t as readily available anymore. And although things seem to go back and forth a bit on the COVID information front, I feel that with a bit of common sense, reasonable precautionary actions and a creative mindset we can start to dream up some new adventures.
Here is what is in the hopper: My very dear friend and master coach Frances Schultz and I are talking about a possible outdoorsy retreat that will incorporate the following elements:
Crossroads exploration — vision quest — identity renewal — meditation/presence — creative expression/art — connecting with nature inwardly/outwardly — gourmet food — key experiences and coaching around a renewed sense of self and purpose — and all of this in the breathtaking setting of a private ranch in the heart of Central California.
I’m excited to think of the possibilities that lie ahead of us. The teachings we may unravel together. The visions we may bring into being. Are you intrigued? Would you like to know more as we get closer to finalizing our offer? This 2-day event will be limited to 12-15 participants, and it will typically sell out fast. Let me know if you’d like to be notified as soon as we know more about dates and other details. I look forward to connecting with you soon! :)
I recently enjoyed talking with fifth-generation Texas rancher and cowboy entrepreneur, Scott Knudsen, on his podcast/radio show/video show. Have a look!
And, last but not least, how about a little blast from the past? As a team member of Martha Beck's 'Write Into Light' writers workshops, I was actively involved as the creativity coach for the Immersion program of this course and as the facilitator of the equine-assisted masterclass retreats at North Star Ranch. Have a look at the beautiful video my friend Jeanette Trompeter, one of the creative souls and participants, put together:
Check out this recent article about my work, Horses and Humans: Life Coaching Reinvented?