Sharing Insights Podcast sets out to share stories, strategies, and insights among operators of ecologically and socially beneficial projects, in Costa Rica. These stories provide landowners everywhere access to unique ideas for how they, too, might design their own business models for greater success and impact.
Building Community Resilience (Season 1 Recap, Part 3)
Welcome to the third installment of our Season 1 Recap series. We’re going to take a dive into the concept of ‘Community’, our place in it, & how we can be more harmonious members & effective contributors, both within a project and amongst our neighbors.
“Community” can mean different things to different people - at different stages of their lives, even. One of those would be our relationship with our neighbors in our surrounding region.
Let’s see what’s worked best for our guests.
016 Host Guest, Volunteers, & Students the Permaculture Way (Season 1 Recap, Part 2)
Hosting is a hot topic for many new landowners as welcoming in volunteers is an enticing way to get much-needed help building foundational infrastructure. For many new landowners, it also fulfills a desire for social connection and a sense of community. When done well, hosting guests as volunteers, apprentices, students, tourists, farm-stay guests, or curious neighbors can bring an enriching element of cultural interaction, personal growth, and prosperity to your project.
015 Enahnce Your Project's Financial Sustainability (Season 1 Recap, Part 2)
Last month I decided to assemble a recap episode.
I've wanted to do a bit of studying to compile a list of best practices and use them to create a guide for new and veteran landowners alike.
After some reflection, I’ve decided to restructure my recap into six separate episodes, each one covering a unique aspect of project stewardship.
In part 1 of this series, I’m going to start with financial sustainability since it’s something that brings a lot of listeners to the show.
014 Jason Bliss: Words of Advice for Next Generation Nomads (Part 2 from “For Animals For Earth Podcast”)
Part 2 of my interview with Brandy Montague from her podcast, For Animals For Earth. I share advice for travelers looking to visit impact centers.
I describe visiting a place like mine. I share some of the comforts and discomforts that one might expect.
I talk about being a conscious consumer and supporting businesses with ethical practices as a priority.
If you like Brandy’s enthusiasm about change-makers subscribe to her podcast.
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013 Jason Bliss: A Vagabond Permaculture Podcaster - The Backstory (Part 1 from “For Animals For Earth Podcast”)
This conversation was recorded by Brandy Montague for her podcast “For Animals For Earth”. I met Brandy after she read my eBook, exploring permaculture and how we can apply it to our lifestyles https://sharinginsights.net/permaculture-lifestyle-ebook/
In this half of the interview, we talk about what an impact center is, and then I get into story-telling mode. I also go off a bit, sharing my thoughts on forgiveness of self and others as a core skill to develop when building community.
012 Lynx Guimond: Building a Zero-Emissions Ocean Vessel on a Permaculture Homestead (SailCargo Inc)
Lynx Guimond of Sailcargo Inc. is an adventurous carpenter and shipwright with an inspiring mission. He's created a homestead in Costa Rica, uniting a team of over 20 shipbuilders from around the globe to embark on the quest to create a zero-emissions cargo eco-ship called Ceiba, to cross the Atlantic ocean between Central America and Europe.
So many tips.....
Every episode gives me so many tips. I’m new to permaculture, but each episode helps me overcome my learning curve.
This is such a great show. I find myself engaged in every episode, learning things I didn’t even know that I was interested in!
So much great info and inspiration in this podcast! I love watching and learning new information about permaculture, seeing beautiful Costa Rica and feeling inspired to make this earth a better place.