Clayton, do you mean something like the idea I proposed here almost a year ago:http://www.reddit.com/r/Anarcho_Capital ... state_not/
Close. I mean, that could be one section within it. I'm thinking of the following top-level divisions:
Society Without Permission:
- Self-development (health & fitness, spiritual development, life skills, etc.)
- Etiquette, social skills, dress, mannerisms, etc.
- Organizational templates (clubs, associations, churches, businesses, HOA's, etc.)
The purpose is not to try to tout a single best method but, rather, to collect into one place a library of many of the best methods. However, each section would have a kind of "guiding template" to help set the tone. The self-development section would give homage to Epicurus and his moral philosophy. The etiquette section would feature some old-fashioned book or article (Emily Post-esque) discussing the crucial role of etiquette and "poise" in life. The organizational templates section would feature Robert's Rules of Order.
Business plans such as yours could fall under the organization templates section... however, I'm more interested in business plans that people have actually used and which worked, even if they are not directly related to liberty per se
. The primary idea is to share "what has worked" but speculative material would also be welcome, the key would be laying out the assumptions (i.e. "if you believe X, Y and Z, then you should believe the following plan would work: ...")
The idea is that people will just then copy-paste these templates into their own lives and that by the very act of doing so, they are making everyone freer. By the very act of not waiting for permission
from government, they are already implementing freedom. They don't have to have any conscious design to promote the ends of freedom.... to borrow Smith's famous phrase, it would be as though they were guided by an invisible hand.