Woodworker Turned Blade Sharpener's Business is More Than Craftsmanship
While working in cabinetry, Rich Mikula didn't have to deal with people. He had his area of the workshop, and he simply needed to perform his tasks well.
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#1 Feb 7, 2012
What a great idea!
I briefly considered something similar, but only for drill bits and rotors.
I really enjoy reading about new 'ideas' turning profitable, for hard working people.
#2 Feb 10, 2012
hope you do great and make money
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