We are drowning in information but starved for knowledge - John Naisbitt
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If you’re working on a project and need to know something then it’s easy, right?
Just type in “how do you…” and several dozen different ways to do it pop up - articles, essays, videos, apps… you name it.
So which one? What works? And more importantly, what works for you?
You can settle down for some serious hours of research, but still be undecided.
I found out at an early age that there were two ways of learning how to do stuff: learn from your own experience and mistakes (time consuming and usually painful); or learn from other peoples’ experience.
This was a revelation, and a very fast way of getting things done.
If you combine some background research with other peoples experience it is by far the best way of learning the how to do stuff. That’s how apprenticeships work.
So you don’t have time for all this…
What if you could tap in to the knowledge of someone who has done it himself, done the research and worked with the old guys who really new how to do things properly and efficiently?
Well now you can.
I’m launching a new advice service which is available to everyone - at a modest cost.
I have a wide range of experience in engineering, mechanics, electronics, off-grid tech, generation, woodwork and renovation, building works, lime work, civil engineering, outdoor skills, self-sufficiency and self-reliance.
So, if you have specific technical problem or query that you think I can help with,
just fill in the form HERE and I’ll send you a reply telling you whether I can help and how much it will cost.
I just wish I had access to something like this 30 years ago...
If you've attended a course with me and have any questions about the course or need any further support and advice there is No Charge for this and I'd be delighted to hear from you at any time.
- Grant Pirnie