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Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dustin Snider May 13, 2013. 3 Replies

Hi guys, I've been coming on AOM for about a year or so and only recently starting coming on the forum more often, so I thought now might be a good time to ask for some advice.I'll be 22 years old…Continue

 

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Dustin Snider replied to Dustin Snider's discussion Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?
"Thanks for the replies & advice guys. Definitely some stuff to take into account and keep in mind. The best thing I do I s'pose is just go for it, give it my all, and hope for the best. Thanks again."
May 13, 2013
Steve C replied to Dustin Snider's discussion Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?
"My first thought was, "Jump in!" But, to flesh it out, I would say that the best way to learn it to do it.  I would not suggest quitting a job right away, but start a few projects that will challenge you, and, if you do it well, could…"
May 8, 2013
Sean replied to Dustin Snider's discussion Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?
"Speaking as someone who failed at this, I wish you luck.  I can give you a few observations based on my own mstakes: 1: Job number one is sales.  You may become an excellent craftsman, but if you have no sales you will be dead. …"
May 8, 2013
Dustin Snider replied to Matthew J Dorry's discussion Suggestions: Classic summer jackets on a tight budget.
"For a man on a budget, I'd recommend thrift stores. You just have to get over the stigma that comes with shopping at a thrift store. I've been shopping at thrift stores for years and it's very rare that I'll actually update my…"
May 8, 2013
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Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?

Hi guys, I've been coming on AOM for about a year or so and only recently starting coming on the forum more often, so I thought now might be a good time to ask for some advice.I'll be 22 years old this summer, I've worked a lot of different jobs over the years, been working since I was 15 and I've done it all, customer service, landscaping, plumbing, construction, etc. I FINALLY decided that for a career I really think I'd like to get into wood-working, it was a course I really enjoyed in High…See More
May 8, 2013
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Working on cars, carpentry, reading, four-wheelers, dirtbikes, off-roading, technology.
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The Thief of Always - Clive Barker
Mr. B. Gone - Clive Barker

Anything by Lovecraft
Ancient mythology
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Back to the Future triliogy
Original Indiana Jones trilogy
Original Star Wars trilogy
Wyatt Earp
3:10 To Yuma

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