Lesson Learned (the hard way)

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    David BassDavid Bass

    I am not really sure which forum is best for this post, but it made sense to me to place it here.

    Something I have learned the hard way here recently. There is no need to be in a rush. This is supposed to be an enjoyable hobby. I am now forcing myself to slow down and pay extra attention to each one of my cuts. What I have learned is I can really do a great job with the piece I am working on. I have always been proud of the work I have done, but I have boosted that pride and satisfaction of the chips I am getting.

    So for those like me, slow down and enjoy it. Honestly, I am glad I did.


    Marty LeenhoutsMarty Leenhouts

    Good thoughts, David!

    Enjoyment of our craft is so important. And it’s more enjoyable when our results are good 🙂

    I’m so glad you’re applying Course lessons to your daily chip carving.

    Keep on!


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