Marygrace Sexton, founder and CEO of the authentic clean juice company, Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company, has launched a new, non-profit foundation, A-GAP. In a world increasingly inundated with technology, A-GAP will enhance the importance of taking “a gap” from social media, mobile phones and the digital screen engagements that have consumed our everyday lives. The 501(c)(3) foundation will offer a series of experiences that place participants on a journey to clarity, unity and simplicity in a technology free environment. Participants will learn to engage in community, explore creation, enhance creativity and execute change, while gaining professional and personal perspectives on how to manage today’s overwhelming intrusion of technology.
As a CEO, mother of two and grandmother of one, Marygrace Sexton developed an acute sense of awareness for technology’s adverse impact on human relationships and professional performance. With A-GAP, we hope to raise awareness of how non-stop digital distractions affect the quality of our lives and relationships. And we hope to provide a reprieve for those seeking a technology free environment for contemplation and spiritual rejuvenation.
A-GAP will sponsor a series of one-of-a-kind experiences aimed at showing participants the serenity and mental calmness that comes with disconnecting from digital devices. The organization will host intimate journeys, held in natural spaces, where participants will rediscover the value of contemplation and introspection – while strengthening their spiritual journey. We challenge you to hear the whisper of God through the silence we experience when we are free from technology. The ultimate goal of these experiences is to provide participants with:
Clarity and the ability to develop a thoughtful and transparent vision of their life.
Unity in the ability to share in harmonious and genuine relationships.
Simplicity in the ability to practice a state of tranquility to allow for creativity and balance.