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#1 posted 11-04-2018 10:30 PM

I’d strongly urge you to come up with a full business plan if your idea is to make a living selling your work.

It’s a very hard way to make money. You have to charge a lot, which means you need to sell premium work to people who can afford it. That means it’s a very small market, and you have to connect with a very specific type of customer.

There’s a few guys on this site who do so, so I’d get some very frank advice from them before you start.

If you can’t be completely honest up front about the prospects of making a living building furniture, you’re not likely to succeed at it.


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