Intentional. Grains, entrepreneurs, a place for Appalachia.

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Intentional. Grains, entrepreneurs, a place for Appalachia.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1058 • View online
For many of us, carving a place for ourselves in the world is a lifelong journey. It can be joyful as well as poignant, especially when it seems as if others we meet along the way have known their place all along or, at least, have found it. Appalachia’s place in the world has evolved, from its origin days as the dominion of Native Americans, to its colonization by what are now foreign powers and domestic corporations. I’d like to think we are on the dawn of not just a new economy but of the mindset essential to self-determination: setting an intent of abundance and contribution, as investor Ben Horowitz might say. Intent is critical not just for achieving prosperity but the kind of fulfillment we all desire.

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