There is a group of people who enjoy going to hands-on woodworking classes. They enjoy the travel, the camaraderie of other folks who woodwork and time away from work and home. They enjoy the competition to see who leads the class and who does the best work.
There is another group of people who dislike participating in hands-on classes. They don’t like the competition or the stress of being judged by others in the class. They realize they need to build additional skills, and desire to become better woodworkers. They also understand that complex projects are seldom built in a week, and they’re not happy leaving class with a stack of boards and a pile of sticks.
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