The Importance of Being Nimble and Agile in Farming
- It’s important to keep your business nimble and agile. It allows you to adapt to the market and change quickly.
- If you only learn the way that things are supposed to go, but you don’t understand the why or the thought process, then you won’t be able to think for yourself.
- “Nothing in life is cookie cutter. Everyone has their own set of circumstances. By understanding the thought process it can help you shape your thought process going forward.”
- Have mentors is a fast way to cut the learning curve and get ahead.
- Source out high grade information to help fast track your journey.
- You have to be prepared to spend money to start and run a business.
- A fresh 3rd party set of eyes can add a lot of perspective.
- Taking the time to look back at the previous week and plan the next week can greatly improve productivity.
- Don’t get too focused on what’s close. Take some time to step back and look at how things are going.
- Don’t forget about why you did this in the first place.
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The Urban Farmer by Curtis Stone
The Urban Farmer is a comprehensive, hands-on, practical manual to help you learn the techniques and business strategies you need to make a good living growing high-yield, high-value crops right in your own backyard (or someone else’s).
Major benefits include:
- Low capital investment and overhead costs
- Reduced need for expensive infrastructure
- Easy access to markets
Growing food in the city means that fresh crops may travel only a few blocks from field to table, making this innovative approach the next logical step in the local food movement. Based on a scalable, easily reproduced business model, The Urban Farmer is your complete guide to minimizing risk and maximizing profit by using intensive production in small leased or borrowed spaces.