Thoughts: I started the day with the realization that I made an error on one the parts for my jig. I know myself well enough now to realize I shouldn’t work in the shop today. Instead, I’m going to work in the office and possibly the studio.
- What Happened? Continued work on the jig for framing.
- What Went Right? I made good progress. What I did complete was well done.
- What Went Wrong? One of the parts did not come out correctly
- Why? I was rushing to get the jig done and free-handed a couple of cuts that I should have setup a jig for.
- Lessons Learned: Take the time to do things right. I knew the cuts were important but I rushed to complete. Now, I’m going to spend more time getting back to where I was because I need to make the part again.
Areas of Action
- Work in the office to complete a couple low-hanging tasks.
- Garden Path (Maybe).
The Path Forward
This area does not change on a daily bases. Rather, it serves as reference to help guide daily actions and provide a unit of measure to track progress.
- Feel more organized.
- Be more proactive with regards to maintenance (physical and mental)
- Maintain a balanced schedule
- Start producing Picture Frames.