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The old Uriuujìn:

--- Quote from: palulukan makto on January 18, 2010, 04:21:37 pm ---Actually can I apply to be the spiratual leader instead???

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^_^; Position's taken, by Yours Truly ^_^;;; I sorry.

If you want though, I always need help! There are a couple people who want to help, and we'd be ecstatic to have you.

Eywa ayngahu, ma oeyä aytsmuke sì aytsmukan.

-Uriuujìn

Txon Taronyu:
Could I be the assistant or another spiritaul leader because thats really more my thing but even if not im willing to help out

The old Uriuujìn:

--- Quote from: palulukan makto on January 18, 2010, 05:00:39 pm ---Could I be the assistant or another spiritaul leader because thats really more my thing but even if not im willing to help out

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Assistant is what I meant, but only at the beginning. After we get some stuff straightened out, then you become Spiritual teachers in your own right ^_^ That is what I meant, I'm sorry that I wasn't clear. It's uplifting to see that others are willing to follow the same path as I do, truly.

However, no more about this here. Please PM me for more information.

Back on topic please

Eywa ayngahu

-Uriuujìn

bagget00:

--- Quote from: Uriuujìn on January 18, 2010, 04:14:53 pm ---
How motivated are you? Why do you want this Tribe to succeed, and what do you plan to do to make it happen? It's pretty much a reiteration of Chloe's question.

What are you willing to give up to do this? I don't mean that you should lay down your life or kill anyone, but how much blood, sweat, and tears are you willing to give to the effort?

What sort of experience do you have with leading? Or hunting? In general even?

-Uriuujìn

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I want to get this done and be there right now. this for me would be a good thing. To go out and explore a forest and not just be camping in a trailer like when I went as a kid. Plus we would all be in a tight knit community.

To succeed we need to meet and learn how we react to each other so we have an idea of what we would be like 24/7. Trust me, having a friend and living with them are two different things entirely. Basically my life here is hanging by threads because work is slow doesn't pay enough and rent is too high. I wouldn't be missing much. My mother already lives in Texas away from me. (I'm in California)

I want to work as hard as I possibly can to get this whole thing rolling. I want to be out there with you guys learning a language and living clean. Not having to worry about the normal rigors of daily life but experiencing new things and situations.

I have always been able to take the reigns when needed. My dad tells me that in daycare as a little child, I managed to convince every other child to climb the bookcases to the ceiling because it would be fun. As a leader, I don't get active to point of takeover but usually listen to all options from the group and compare them to see which we should do. I have always been a good listener. My friends and family come to me just to talk with me about their lives and hopefully get some answers for themselves. I am patient and attentive, and, I believe, have a good head on my shoulders.

I have never been hunting, but since he start of the original thread, I have been learning all I can about it and talking to others who do hunt and ask them why don't they come along with us.

I want to be apart of the tribe as much as possible, help in any way I can, and be there to enjoy this with you guys.

Txontaw:
You keep taking the words right out of my mouth. :P

I suppose we have similar personalities.

Getting to business:


--- Quote from: Uriuujìn ---How motivated are you? Why do you want this Tribe to succeed, and what do you plan to do to make it happen?

What are you willing to give up to do this?

What sort of experience do you have with leading? Or hunting? In general even?
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I was extremely motivated to work out and get in shape when I saw this movie. When I get an idea, I stick to it. I am extremely stubborn when it comes to those things, and I get annoyed when something I wanted doesn't make it to the end product. So the only way something won't get into this camp is if it's totally impossible for it to happen. I am a perfectionist when it comes to my work & projects, and even if everyone thinks it's already great, there's always one more thing I can do to make it better....

I've taken this tribe idea to heart. I've always debated with myself of whether I wanted to live with my love for cool tech, or follow my natural roots and take to living with nature. Avatar, and you guys, have really helped me decide which side is more satisfying in the long run. Like I said before, when I get an idea, I tend to stick with it, and this idea is like superglue.

I'll give whatever I can to this. It's frustrating, not being old enough to really contribute yet, but I'll do whatever I can in the mean time, like looking for promising locations for the tribe. But once I turn 18 (in three years :(), I'll be over this like a loving pack of rabid dogs. If necessary, I'll set aside some of my revenue to help support it.

As for leading skills, I've always been very good at coordinating projects, and when I take charge, people listen to me. For example, in fourth grade, we had to do a biome poster. I immediately took charge, and not only coordinated what everybody was doing, I jumped in and started helping out, as well as suggesting new ideas for it and layouts. It would be no different for a tribe. I don't want to be the boss that holes himself up in his office most of the time, and when he doesn't he yells at you for slacking off. Instead, I want to be the leader that is right next to you, helping you finish your work.

As for other skills, I've said in the sign-up thread that I'm good with my hands (woodworking, constructing) and I am an artist. I've never hunted since my family doesn't really get out a lot (I've never gone camping with my family, I've only gone camping four times total), but hopefully I'm going to get a bow for my birthday, which I will practice with a lot. By the time this starts, I hope to be an expert in everything that you need to know to live in the forest.

I agree, bagget, that no matter who wins, I believe we will be in good hands. :)

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