Amazing episode reviews the PBS show ‘A Craftsman’s Legacy’ with Eric Gorges. Eric goes over the craftsmen that he has on his show and we review how these entrepreneurs all relate to you. These are masters who engage in pure historical methods and industries. They are all earning their living based on their crafts.
On this episode, Eric and I explore the parallels between these masters of their craft and entrepreneurial journeys. Contrary to what you may think, some started later in life. The show itself will be an extraordinary element to explain not only a craft, but what does it take to excel.
There is a different specialty craft on each show and will make you realize why these crafts are still very important today and what makes them special. Eric apprentices under each one of them and you can get a bit of a feel for the learning process and for the entrepreneur, you can understand what true passion is. Keep in mind that passion can be developed and is an attitude, not just a love of something.
We discuss all of these and more.
The show includes 13 crafts just to name a few are the Stone Carver, Saddlemaker, Guitar Maker, Goldsmith, Woodworker and Boatmaker.
These journeys that Eric takes really set a great example to set your own path for a career you love or how to make side or secondary income with a hobby or skill.
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