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How doing things the hard way pays off

 

Chapters:

Build to last

Broader range

Strong experience

Self learned

Personal skills

Ground up

Specialist

Your own expertise

Hands on education

Honest labor

Resourceful

 

"When you don't have any help or guidance, your perspective is dependent on your experience with your work. The more you work on something, the more experience you will obtain. When you work by yourself, you learn through trial and error. Educating yourself helps you learn techniques but your experiences with trial and error are what really shapes your results. Learning by trial and error without any outside influence is difficult to do, but your knowledge of knowing what works and what doesn't will be extremely useful as you grow and master your craft."

 

The Hard Way

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