I Quit My Job To Be A Woodworker – This Is My Story

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20 Replies to “I Quit My Job To Be A Woodworker – This Is My Story”

  1. I have three boys, were the same age, and I completely understand. I feel your strength and courage to make a difference, I look forward to more videos

  2. if i want to start my own business, what would i want to file under. My state laws are Minnesota. would i want a LLC or DBA sole proprietor?

  3. Well inspiring video. Best of luck
    I have been considering the same choice for 4 years. I applaud You for taking that leap of faith.

  4. My family wasn't poor, but there was no money for luxuries. If something broke and my dad couldn't fix it we did without. If he was under the sink, the car, or anywhere else working on something I was next to him. I used his limited number of tools to build toys of all kinds, and on my tenth birthday he bought me a woodworking tool box with a saw, hammer, rasp, screwdrivers, and a miter square. That was 66 years ago and I owe my woodworking skills and passion to him.

  5. Stumbled across this video today while trying to learn about woodworking. It's inspired me to learn and pass down to my own sons. Tear in eye

  6. That sir is a great story and a wonderful testimony. I'm certain it is valuable to many as well as yourself. Peace.

  7. Been a wood crafter for more than fifty years, love it, but after a few moves in my life, lost most of my major equipment, now I just have a little 8×8 storage shed to work out of, but I still do it, will never give it up.

  8. I learned that life is not about the paycheck, it’s about doing something that fulfills you and feeling accomplished with yourself. I can relate to your story and wish the best for you and your family. Cheers!

  9. I saw this when you posted it initially. It comes across my feed every so often. I had to watch it today again. It still hits the heart strings. I hope you're still as inspired today as you were then. Congratulations on living your dream!

  10. I wish I loved woodworking enough to quit the $60k a year job I have, that I now hate…

    After 15 years of loving my job and the company I work for, they were bought by a multinational corporation. Now everything that kept me there has become everything I don't want to be around. I'm currently signed off for a month due to anxiety and depression.

    But I have a mortgage to pay.

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