More and more people are feeling the call to live in a self-sufficient eco-village with like-minded people. Where children can attend a school where they can develop their talents, social and entrepreneurial skills. Where families can live in a healthy home and in harmony with nature. Where there is fresh drinking water and a farm where natural food is grown. In short, an environment where people can thrive, where people can create, connect and care.
However starting-up such a micro-society can be a challenging endeavor.
It all starts with a good project plan that allows you to go with the flow.
Here are some tips and resources to get you started.
1/ Set your intention and purpose
It’s important to have a clear practical and detailed vision for the project you want to create, including its purpose, values, and goals.
2/ Know your numbers
Develop a financial plan so you can get started and pay the bills. Implement strategies to create recurring income streams for the society.
3/ Communicate your story
Communicate about your project and activities. Share your learnings with others and learn from people who have already done it.
4/ Connect with partners
Partner with like-minded entrepreneurs who share a common vision and values for the society. Develop a core team who want to take the lead, take action and commit to make it happen.
5/ Respect the law
Make sure you know and respect national and international laws and guidelines. Have a legal structure to protect yourself and your society.
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Sandra De Milliano
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