732: Aurora Rogers on Resilient Pioneering.
Homesteading Off The Grid.
In This Podcast:
Join Aurora Rogers and Greg for a lively conversation about resiliency, home steading, low grid and becoming financially free. Aurora is a Venezuelan designer and process consultant devoted to creating resilient frameworks for every area of her life. Her husband of 24 years is Jason, who is an American engineer devoted to creating effective systems for growing food, generating fuel, and building sustainable homes. Aurora believes that the currency of the future are heirloom seeds and resilient living skills.
Aurora Rogers and her husband, Jason founded Producing Freedom Academy for families and broadcast their Resilient Pioneer Podcast Livestream on Youtube where they interview their favorite experts and talk about off grid survival, primitive homesteading, and other related topics which encourage their audience to create healthy and vibrant ecosystems.
Listen in and learn about:
- Starting with a resilient dream
- Getting out of debt
- Living like no one else
- The core requirement for resilient living
- How the mentorship program works
- Crashing and burning as a lifestyle
- Fail = First Attempt In Learning
- Resilience – what does it mean?
- The journey, or process, is highly individual
- How building a house is like giving birth
- Believing if it’s the conventional, popular way, there must be a better way
As well as:
Her failure – Getting on the power grid felt like a failure, but they learned to see it as training wheels
Her success – Still being here and having vision for the future
Her drive – Talking about pioneering, stewardship
Her advice – You owe it to yourself to know what your convictions are.
Aurora’s Book recommendations:
The Bible, especially Psalms and Proverbs
Any good book on foraging with lots of photos
How to reach Aurora:
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