The last post logically progresses to the above question. Ironically The Wood Whisperer has helped me out again with this new posting on his site: http://thewoodwhisperer.com/pricing-your-work/ He shares his technique with the disclaimer tha...
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I'm a stay at home dad who does a few things on the side to make a few bucks. Playing music was my thing (hence the website) but more and more it's evolving into handyman stuff and furniture making. Now that my kids are a little older my next goal is to start up a real handyman/carpentry business. I've tried the white-collar desk-job thing and it's not my bag. God put me hear to work with my hands as well as my brain and that's what I aim to do!
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I stumbled across an article today. It was linked from the Wood Whisperer newsletter. You can find a link at the end of this article. It touched on a few good points about why we struggle with charging an appropriate amount for our efforts. To sum...
My wife and I had a gift card to a store with a name similar to the one in the title of this entry. Since I am launching a woodworking business I always like to see what the “competition” is doing so I perused the made-in-china furnitu...