Chris Corrigan, Gabriel Shirley, and I were talking this week about the a belief around time that shows up with our clients. Often, when proposing three days together, the response is some version of “we don’t have time for that.” The alternative proposed is usually some shorter time frame, two hours each time over several weeks or months. I loved how Chris voiced it — you can spend three days or a years worth of three hours.
I have worked in both contexts. I know the sweetness of three days and nights together that can go to the deepest levels — it opens the community to itself. It reminds me of speaking this sweetness and offering it as choice.