Knowledge of woodwork is accrued by trial and error. There is a certain amount you can learn from magazines and books.
You can go on days, and courses. You could train, but the likelihood is that, like me, you simply make it up as you go along. The important bit is not the making-up but the going-along. You have to do it. Repeatedly. Often. Practice makes perfect. If you get within spitting distance of perfect, you can write a high price tag. Not many jobs allow you to start as your own tea-boy, and, without any major interpersonal issues, politics or ceilings of any sort, end up chair of your own board.
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