Episode 155: Personal progress, business development and focus

Today we have an update from the Holler Homestead on how things are progressing here. The first quarter is over and it is a good time to assess how 2019 plan is unraveling, look over the land before things get too overgrown, and make sure our focus is in the right place for long term success. So I will walk through the coffee, the podcast, the consulting and the paper – as well as check in on the progress of our developing homestead.

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Tales from the Prepper Pantry

  • Meal planning around the pantry: fresh salads, stew, meatloaf this week
  • Using up butternut squash: roasted
  • May find a moment to head up to the nettle patch to gather some for winter teas

What’s in Season

  • Stinging nettle
  • Hairy vetch- what an unfortunate name
  • Dryad’s saddle mushrooms
  • Lettuces, greens, pea shoots
  • Carrots are up and looking good
  • Transplanting tomatoes into the aquaponics system, 100 year old timmy is still hardening off

Operation Independence

  • Seeking 100 old bricks – the kind without holes in them. Email me if you know of a decent source in TN

Main topic of the Show: Personal progress, business development and focus

Make it a great week!

Song: Tripped Out by Sauce

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The Booze Whisperer

The Tactical Redneck

Chef Brett

Samantha the Savings Ninja





2 replies
  1. Jeff
    Jeff says:

    I may have missed something mentioned in another episode about expenses. I understand figuring percentages of what your business generates of real total income.

    What I don’t get is where you get the total of the ‘dream’ income and figure what you want each income stream to be a percentage of that number.

    What are some ideas you’ve used to come up with those numbers?

    • Nicole Sauce
      Nicole Sauce says:

      My baseline target is 100k per year income – this is a personal number that you have to pick for yourself. Dream income? More than that. Much much more.

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