Lessons learned

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Blog entry by MrRon posted 07-23-2011 06:18 PM 1584 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

In the building and construction areas, shipbuilding an example, the term widely used is “lessons learned” This occurs at the end of a big project where a review of mistakes and fixes made are assembled and everyone on the project would learn from those so the next big project would go more freely without making he same mistakes. Whether it be woodworking, metalworking, cooking or shipbuilding, “lessons learned” can be a valuable tool for improving the things we do and the way we do them. This blog is an attempt to gather together the lessons learned by woodworkers to improve their skills and for others to avoid the mistakes made by others.

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#1 posted 07-24-2011 05:54 AM

Can’t agree more.That is why i’ve always head my way to discovery learning.Of course you make mistakes here and there, but the lessons learnt from own mistakes sticks in the head forever rather than mistakes made by others.When it comes to woodworking skill, its all about application…and application needs practise for perfection.Cheers!

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