Episode 048: Keeping Momentum

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Tap handles for a Sangria company out of Mahogany and Ash.  Flower table top is in the works.  Finished the 99th bowl.

Sean – Working on the shoe storage bench and turning some pens.  

Brian – Worked on the credenza.

Main Topic – Keeping and gaining momentum

Guest Questions:

Braxton Wirthlin – Changing directions completely.  Follow Braxton on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, his website, and his website social pages (Twitter, Store).

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments

Jacob Burkhalter – Hey guys,
My friend and I are custom furniture makers who both worked at a furniture shop for a few years and both quit to start our own independent furniture businesses. We have so been inspired by your podcast and the very few other good quality woodworking podcasts that we want to contribute and start our own. I was wondering if you guys had some advice on podcasting to give some noobs.
I really don’t want to have yet another shitty woodworking podcast, and I listen to an insane amount of all types of podcasts, so I’m very conscious of wanting to do a quality, entertaining podcast.
I thought it might actually be nice to be able to call in on the show sometime and ask you a few podcasting questions for the call in segment but I don’t know if people want to hear about podcasting on the show.
Let me know what you think!
Live the show keep up the good work

Jacob Burkhalter

Founder // Craftsman


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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

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