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Just about everyone has a favorite teacher, coach or mentor. At one point or another in our lives, we’ve had the opportunity to be offered instruction and guidance that really stands out. Factors like personality, charisma, passion for the topic or an innate ability to articulately convey information all help make a great instructor. Jeff Miller has fulfilled that position in my life for the last 16 years.
In his latest book, Foundations of Better Woodworking, Jeff offers some insight into why this is the case. Jeff takes a holistic look at “How to use your body, tools and materials to … Read More »