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GlenD

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#1 posted 02-12-2017 04:37 PM

Overwhelmed yet?

I think most, if not all of us, could start over we’d different approaches. Self included.

Admittedly I did not read all the posts.

But here’s 40+ yrs worth.

Take classes. Any school worth a salt has a logical succession of skill level building courses.
Buy the recommended tools for the class. Tools are useless unless you know how to prepare and use them.
After the basics usually follows a project.
With more advanced classes comes the tools and skills to achieve the objective.
While most would agree to buy the best you can afford when it comes to tools. Even if you can’t afford gold plated planes and the like. You will learn how to get the most out of what you do have.

I believe the classes will cost you less in the end, on all fronts.

Cheers
glen


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