Grace, Grit & Wit, a ranch and website that offers business coaching and equine-assisted coaching for women over 40. Created by me, Macala Wright, along with the support of some amazing life coaches, natural horsemen, and generally amazing women, the purpose of our services to to help you reconnect with yourself in a way that allows you to lead a beautiful life and run a brilliant business.
This website is my passion project as it relates to our relationships with the lives we lead as women. After many years learning about health, nutrition, and farming. I've taken what I've learned and created something that marries my business skills and the things I love most about agriculture.
I’m a woman who loves cowboy boots, horses, backroads, and open spaces. Growing up, my family managed 1200 acres in the midwest dedicated to livestock and crop production; you could say I was born with my love of farming, food and agriculture. Being a systems thinker, I know that when you find holes and empty spaces, there’s always an opportunity to fill them.
So in this past year, my search led to me to a last and final life assessment, knowing I had “one more big thing” I could commit myself to making. I just had to figure out what and who I was going to do it with. It turns out that was Grace, Grit & Wit, a website and a horse ranch in Carnation, Washington, to help women explore their relationships themselves. While we have online products, we're also offering paid classes,coaching and non-profit, mental health services for teenage girls and women in 2021.
I currently run a content marketing firm for food, agricultural and farming companies. So when it comes, to food, I know a lot about it. I've written about food for over a decade, and my expertise and writing has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Ad Age, Mashable, and PSFK. I also write about food on LinkedIn and show my farm on Instagram. I've studied nutrition and food science at Stanford and I'm earning my integrative medicine certification at University of Minnesota.
When we choose the path of growth and change, we’re accepting a certain amount of struggle and risk. However, we’re also opening ourselves up to blessings and possibilities. It’s a balancing act to continue transforming ourselves while also taking care of ourselves through the pain of that transformation.
–– Crystal Jackson
When old models don’t work, it’s time to create new ones. Welcome to your one-stop-shop for building a brilliant business and healthier life.