Community Continued - Episode 17 Show Notes
Round 1: Background
0:02 Paul’s literal background
0:43 BearPaw in the background
1:43 Update on the Willow Wonka
2:52 Fred’s back!
3:04 Pictures of projects
3:38 This task, that task
5:03 Live audience participation
6:13 Paul n Mount Spokane
7:00 Visiting Lost Valley
8:15 A place to be for decades
Round 2: Struggling in communication
8:35 Exit interviews
9:25 Mandatory meetings consuming life
10:21 The “Heart of Now” weapon
12:06 Violent practice of NVC
Round 3: A good, healthy path
13:03 Improving velocity
15:10 Entry level community integration
16:20 Bringing business models
Round 4: Conflict in a utopia 17:42
Round 5: Synchronizing land and people 18:10
18:12 Outside of the brown cloud
19:58 Giving up & going for it
21:01 A job in town
22:19 Produce from the farmer’s market
23:55 Adjusting spending habits
24:30 In either scenario
Round 6: Slam dunk with residual income
25:25 Chance of success
26:25 The smart play
27:42 Of the entrepreneur mindset
28:24 Prerequisite: residual income
29:28 Stay out of it!
Round 7: Pool of potential entrepreneurs
30:23 Turning a regular person
31:10 Able to travel the path
32:13 Training for a j-o-b
Round 8: Agile work
33:07 Anywhere in the world
34:04 Providing the dream on the cheap
34:39 Grow your own (mindset)
35:40 Teaching the small pool
Round 9: Fred answers bootcamp question 36:11
Round 10: Changing a comfort mindset
37:13 Build, build, and build!
37:42 Professional level work
38:30 Work and design to get there
39:11 How Paul put a lightbulb on
Round 11: Cooper cabin in the winter 40:00
40:18 Warm Cabin squirrel
40:49 Saved by a RMH
Round 12: Pre-established setups 41:35
42:32 Tipi with a RMH
43:46 As close to yours as it could be
44:20 A possibility for paul
44:52 A transition period
46:00 Lab rats for learning
Round 13: Back to the list! 46:56
47:00 Continuing from 2005
48:08 “The” consensus model
48:38 Join up for the price of rent
50:06 In the winter shade at noon
51:20 6 bedrooms in greenlake
Round 14: A militant vegan divides 51:41
52:02 Consensus expert says...
53:38 Dividing the food bill
Round 15: Conflict in the kitchen 55:00
56:12 Providing 540 plates
58:39 Own all food
59:30 Control food, control the world
1:00:31 Meeting caloric needs by stealing food
1:02:04 Generousity building resentment
1:03:42 Get out
Round 16: Fred’s closing stage 1:04:06
1:04:40 It all adds up!
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