Susan Mené wrote:I'm a little late in responding; I started reading and forgot. Obviously, book received. My name wasn't in the back of the book, and I did send in the reply, but boo-hoo-I'm-over-it, getting the book is enough. Thank you for your hard work. I am learning--and humbled--by each page.
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Anita Kristensen wrote:
paul wheaton wrote:everybody that buys this gets access to the videos.
I bought the premium, and I'm looking for the links to the DVD's, is it still included?
Adam Chadek wrote:I agree, this is amazing, thank you so much!
This might be addressed somewhere in the PEP forums, but I was wondering if maybe a "To Do" list would be created to help laser focus people's attention on the overall immediate priorities and then longer term actions with such a large and ambitious project?
I think that would help everyone understand at a glance how to help keep moving the project forward and not stall. We use a "list of open points" at my work very successfully to help keep track of the 2,000 things going on at any one point in time.
Jeff Hatfield wrote:Have not received book. I thought I had filled out survey. How do I find out?
Kyle Bob wrote:Do Josiah and/or Jen have Patreons for their videos?
paul wheaton wrote:Ant plot rent for 2019 will probably be $1600 but reduced to $800 if certain criteria are met:
If the plot meets our (my?) "earth integrated beauty" standards, then the ant can enjoy a $400 discount.
If the plot has a willow feeder system that is better than the current "chateu de poo", then the ant can enjoy a further $400 discount.
Ant plot rent for 2020 will probably be $1700 but reduced to $900 with the same discounts.
2019 rent is due September 30, 2018.
2020 rent is due September 30, 2019.
As always, work trades are preferred.