VLOG #2 – Make Cash Woodworking

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Red Dog 8814 says:

Please understand, I hold you in the highest regard.

Red Dog 8814 says:

Jay, I love your videos and your work. Been watching for a long time. You're super tallented and your channel is awesome. Take your wife's ear rings off man.

Father and Son Woodshop says:

Hey Jay! My son and I love watching your videos….the other he said he wanted to make his own video like yours so we gave it a shot! Check it out!
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EpHwHb9tPTk

07 Roadking says:

I was in the carpenters union for 15 yrs every year people would ask me to mske some sort of xmas gift for someone, or rout a sign for someones camper and they would always say why the hell are you working for a highway dept and not doing your own thing ? Heres what i always said , for 1 i like time off too owning your own business is a 365 day thing you eat , sleep, and if possible vacation thinking about it ,#2 im going to have a state retirement plus my carpenters union retirement i can get out at 55 THEN just maybe i would try woodworking for a living ( actually more of a retirement hobby lol ) i live 100 miles north of NYC so i have the luxury of actually selling stuff to city people who are willing to pay more for custom work other than that people around me live check to check so no chance there alot of people really don’t know hos hard it is to do your own thing sorry for the ramble!!! Keep up the good work and i enjoy sll your videos !!!! Thanks —— Bill .

Eduardo says:

Thank you very much for posting this video. The audio is absolute awesome. I could understand everything you siaid without reading subtitles. And I am not an english native speaking. My first language is portuguese. Good luck.👍👍👍

Jeremy says:

Thank you for sharing your vlog I learn a lot at one time from just your skimming things randomly.

Tarantababu says:

Lets face it… times are tough right now. People are losing their jobs and struggling to make ends meet. If you've been thinking about starting a home based business, it needs to be something fun and easy to start.
The good news is, I can show you how to get a nice extra part-time income by turning your passion into profits and working right from your garage…
and the best thing is, you DON'T need to be a professional woodworker or own a huge workshop with expensive machinery to succeed!
Check it out : bit.ly/hbwoodworking

Luvenia Waiters says:

Let's go to woodprix website, if you want to learn how to build it yourself.

Clint Boyd says:

Jay, you probably answered this, but what DO you do for a living? Thanks for the great content.

Jake Bruce says:

Totally agree with most 10" tablesaws being ridiculously scary lol! It's funny how something much heavier and powerful turns out to feel muuuuch safer. Anyways, great videos Jay! Really dig it

ddmbaya says:

I find some of the woodworking YouTube channels are intimidating because they assume everyone knows what they’re doing. Not you though, you’re humble and really want to help. I’m a 67 year old woman that created her first build , a buffet, at the age of 65. I’m hooked and just purchased a fixed and plunge router, Cutech planer and jointer and am ready to build new kitchen cabinets. Thanks for being yourself, you are a great teacher.

Ruben V says:

Thanks Jay for ask your insight and your sketchup videos I've learned a lot in the last year. Keep it up!

Charles Little says:

Also I really like the LED lighting

Charles Little says:

I'm a huge fan of you and your work you do good work and I love your tools in your garage and I hope you keep making videos I'm learning a lot from you as well as some of the other woodworkers. Keep up the good work and thank you much

37South Vintage Restorations says:

New sub here! We are restoring furniture and looking to get more into the woodworking aspect. Looking forward to watching more of your vids.

Daniel Anderson says:

Jay I think you do a great job. Im starting a bussness making wood garden beds and other stuff for disable people. to help out.
So keep up the goodwork

94auwing says:

Love your videos keep up the great work. Just going through your sketchup videos trying to learn

Romelia Polly says:

I was made it too. just used woodprix instructions. just click the pig on that website :)))

T Dunlap says:

Jay, Thanks for sharing this particular video. I have seen several of your videos, and they are all encouraging come across as very authentic. I did not realize until today via this video that you are from Starkville, MS. Our family actually lives in Brandon, MS. This, on YouTube is usually not the case. So, pretty cool. I have been woodworking a long time, but I am still learning. I am just starting to try to make better and more videos. Thanks for the tips you offer. The information you provided: comparing the differences in selling products and hobby woodworking while having the hobby pay for itself was very helpful. I have worked at it for profit off and on however, I am not a professional. As a matter of fact, this video really helped me define the scope of my woodworking and keep my original full time job going. Have fun making more sawdust and woodworking projects.

John Fontenot says:

Trying to sell pieces on Facebook isn't easy. People have become Walmart-ized. They expect to get a steal, not realizing that someone's time, effort and skills have value.

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