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The Many Facets of SkIP that appeal to me

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These are the facets of SkIP that appeal to me, that I can currently see. I'm sure there's more angles I haven't yet considered. This list could potentially equate to a table of contents for multiple further writings.

- All of the bricks, actionable.
- All of the podcasts, distilled.
- Do your best Sepp Holzer impersonation. Now do your best Erica Wisner impersonation.
- Sharing is Expressly Invited. Encouraged. ...Required, even!
- It helps me pursue pursuits which have interested me for years.
- Help to discard my acculturated perfectionism. Permission to make a shitty thing, on the road to making a better thing.
- A structure for Skill building.
- A path for Skill certification.
- A map for Re-Skilling.
- One more people selection system.
- Proof! For the doubters.
- What I wish Scouts was, and I'm an Eagle Scout.
- A Waterproof Trenchcoat without Polyester or PFA's.
- A letter to a younger version of myself. College is a sham. Why not SkIP it?
- A letter to an older version of myself. You get to pick your nose, and your friends.
- Baby steps from Ferd-itude to Gert-itude
- It could be the first baby steps for people wishing to return to the soil.
- It could be an enormous on-ramp into permaculture.
- It could help re-legitimize trade skills as a viable career path.
- It could be a permaculture workshop roadmap.
- It could be a permaculture community roadmap.
- It could be the stepping stone for Re-Husp.
- Enough PEP happening in the same place creates: A Town with No Cars that can Feed Itself.
- And let's be honest; the carrot is pretty nice, too.
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