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Blog series by Ethan Sincox updated 2700 days ago 4 parts 4258 reads 57 comments total

Part 1: David Marks

2726 days ago by Ethan Sincox | 14 comments »

This past weekend, I spent four hours of some of the best “class time” I’ve ever had in my life. When I heard David Marks was going to be teaching some classes at our local Woodcraft store, I jumped at the chance to meet him and learn from him. Unfortunately, my bank account wasn’t so eager to jump, so I only attended one of the four classes – I picked his finishing class. I figured it would contain more information I could use on a regular basis (the ot...

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Part 2: Frank Klausz Postponed...

2722 days ago by Ethan Sincox | 22 comments »

Apparently there is a bit of ice and such in the New England states, and Frank is unable to fly out of Newark. They’re talking about a reschedule for later this month or some time in the middle of April. sigh Oh, well. Can’t argue with God!

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Part 3: Frank Klausz - The best things come in small packages...

2703 days ago by Ethan Sincox | 12 comments »

After spending most of a week trying to figure out a good way to summarize my seminar with Frank Klausz, I’ve come to a conclusion… I can’t. There is no way to document everything we talked about in a reasonable blog entry – it would be long enough to make a small book! I don’t like to write like that and I think you’d probably not get as much out of it reading it like that. So instead, I’ve decided to write up shorter blog entries that focus on different aspects of the seminar. This is...

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Part 4: When Opportunity Knocks...

2700 days ago by Ethan Sincox | 9 comments »

This is the article I submitted for my woodworking guild’s newsletter. It was written with very short notice, but it carries a message I believe in very much, so I thought I’d share it here, as well. If I look back into my past – ten, fifteen, even twenty years – it isn’t difficult for me to pick out some of the once-in-a-life-time opportunities I’d passed up or missed out on. This was usually because I just didn’t recognize them for what they were, though there were a few ti...

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