Here is Part 2 of my chat with Diego Footer from Creative Destruction and his Voices of Change podcast series, featuring “honest, hard conversations about farming, business, and life with those trying to make a living doing something that they love and dealing with life in the process.” Have a listen:
“[This episode] takes the discussion of finding an anti-fragile property a step further, and takes a look at how you should approach purchasing a property if you are worried about things like climate change, the financial system, debt, terrorism, disease, water insecurity, a fragile food system.
Any, all, or none of those issues could hit you in a significant way during your lifetime.
How do you protect against them?
One way is through property, specifically an anti-fragile property.
As Nassim Taleb defines it, it’s simply something that gains from disorder.
Broken food system, your food forest becomes more valuable.
Energy crisis, an off grid homestead and timberstand keeps your devices running.
But the food forest, the technology and the timerstand are all things that sit on the land.
Today, we’ll look at how to pick the right piece of land to make what you put on it more meaningful, or simply not even needed.”
For more insight, check out the extensive archive of Creative Destruction podcasts here.