TallTayl Posted March 19, 2019 Share Posted March 19, 2019 When entering a new venture you have loads of choices to make. When reading forums and Facebook groups we often read comments asking for shortcuts so people don’t “waste supplies.” I get it. New hobbies are often expensive. Nothing, though, is worth more than the experience gained from simple trial and error with a little research and understanding sprinkled in. As you understand your medium future endeavors become quicker and often more affordable. Fast and Cheap. Potentially costs in quality. This may fit your business model well if “good enough” gets you where you want to go. Fast and Good. This one costs more money. Short timelines mean more up front spending for materials to test on a short time line. Cheap and Good. This costs more time. Slow and steady can win the race. pick your poison. What do you think? 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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