Fri, 13 December 2013
Owen Hablutzel joins me to talk about patterns in permaculture and the power of setting a goal.
Key Takeaways from this Episode:
Patterns are the shorthand of nature. They take a large complex system of forces and processes and simplifies it down.
What is the long term vision of the project? A lot of designs fall apart on the social impact side of the project.
Take the time to set and write down a goal. That process greatly increases the likelihood that something will happen in the direction of your goal.
Think about setting a Holistic Goal.
"If you can understand patterns and what causes them to become the way they are, you can tell an awful lot about the processes that created it. And if you understand that, then you can create a design pattern that is going to best work with those forces."
"Begin with the end in mind."
"Without a goal it's tough to know exactly what you are designing for."
"If it's not written down then it is not likely to happen, or much less likely to happen."
"Don't buy the suit to match the tie."
Show Notes: www.permaculturevoices.com/24
Direct download: PVP024-12132013.mp3
Category:permaculture -- posted at: 7:47am PDT