We collect and organize them and more often than not fail to use them correctly (or sometimes ever).
Look in most garages or sheds and you’ll find a whole host of tools purchased at one time after much consternation and research only to be left to rust and gather dust. (The same holds true for digital tools, in case you were wondering.)
I’m certainly no stranger to this approach. “If only I had the right tool, everything would be better.”
But what if I suggested that you don’t need another tool?
You simply need to figure out how to “be” instead of how to “do”.
If you are dragging your backpack full of tools through the woods but are still feeling lost, let’s talk. Get in touch with us here.