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I wanted my profit margin high but my ego was knocked low.
By Angelo Paino
Page: 104

From the April 2004 issue #140
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Like most woodworkers I dreamed of transforming my talent into a profitable career where I could pursue my passion and make a decent living at the same time. But like many of us, I became so intimately involved in my craft that I failed to take criticism very well. Call it ego if you will, but I think that products of my blood, sweat and tears deserve respect. Unfortunately for the business side, this often can hamper sales.

From the April 2004 issue #140
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