Sustainability. The plan for making the SFPTC self-sustainable. From both environmental and business perspectives.
Defining the Survival Fitness Plan Training Center
The primary purpose of the SFPTC is to be a place to train in the Survival Fitness Plan.
I am undecided whether I will open it to the public for training courses.
The SFPTC grounds will be big enough to fit a small private house where I will live. It will also have a training area and a garden for the growth of edible and medicinal plants.
Most training will take place in the purpose-built training area. It will have all the structures needed to do parkour and bouldering. There will also be a clear area big enough for subjects such as for self-defense, yoga, theory lessons, etc.
There will also be a wilderness survival training area. It will be large enough for shelter building and a camp-fire.
For all other training needs, e.g., swimming, I will take into consideration the location.
The small to the medium sized city will need to have:
Big enough for a mall and cinema
Close to nature activities
A 50m public pool or swimming beach
Not too “touristy” or over-populated
Calculating costs is not possible without first knowing the location. Major costs include:
Buying land (preferably with an already established house).
Building the training facilities.
Making it sustainable.
The above items are also partly ongoing costs (maintenance, installments, etc.).
Funds for initial setup as well as ongoing running costs will come from three sources: