Daniel Schmachtenberger

Aaron Fletcher has grazed his sheep and lived off the land as a traveling shepherd for 12 years. He calls it guerrilla grazing (a step above guerrilla gardening, he says) and he lets his sheep graze – with permission- public parks and side lots. Homeless by choice, he offers his services to small farms in exchange for food or a place to stay (though half his calories come from his sheeps’ milk). With a tiny metal cart home pulled by his sheep, he has a bed, a refrigerator/evaporative cooler, a shower (he uses a pesticide sprayer to pump up the water pressure), power (solar panel), sun oven, a mailbox stove for heat, bicycle tire wheels and a corrugated plastic roof. Fletcher makes cheese and butter from his sheep milk and forages for seeds, fruits, vegetables and herbs. He’s created a map for foragers in his region. He makes some money with his scythe business – cutting noxious weeds for locals -, but he insists he’s not interested in making money and just hopes to serve as an example for other homeless interested in guerrilla grazing.



In his spare time, Richard Reynolds is a guerrilla gardener. He illicitly plants flowers in open public spaces during the night to make London a greener city. He does it to protest against concrete jungles and property developments. 

Tony Robbins’ “Money: Master the Game” shows you how to achieve genuine financial freedom — for you and those you love. In this interview, Tony discusses the major money myths that hold so many of us back from financial freedom and wealth, as well as a surefire investment strategy he learned from Ray Dalio, head of the largest hedge fund in the world.

If you’ve ever wondered why some people seem to have the power to get rich and gain financial freedom while others don’t, listen to this interview to learn the secrets of those who’ve mastered the money game.