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josh- Q on organization and "jobs"

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Firstly, apologies because i have not read your book. Its on the wishlist though! (:

I was wondering what you thought seemed to be the best way of organizing people. Mainly thinking of new/newer communities where there isnt necessarily the group mentality or anything that people can depend alot on "well this is what everybody does and it just works because this is how we do it".

In settled communities is there much of like "Bob is the people manager and herds people to projects that need done". Or "Sally is the garden manager and mainly keeps tabs on the food growing, expanding food growing areas, etc"?

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford. Tiny ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
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