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    I sent you a pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewlsey View Post
    Eh. You can call it quitting if you want. It's more likely just a pause for some consideration. I can't count the number of business owners I've met who started out as one thing and ended up something totally different.

    Running machine tools is not the only way to make a living. Could be you'll find something even better.

    I remember the member Proturn. I always enjoyed his posts. He seemed to grow very quickly and moved out of his garage into a bigger building with some brand new Hurco machine tools. He seemed to have the world by the tail.

    I have no idea what happened, but his posts slowed down and then stopped. Some machinery showed up for sale. Then he made a quick post that he was done with machining and moving on to snow mobile tuning and performance.

    Life goes on!
    No doubt- there is more to life than work. And there are lots of ways to make bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allloutmx View Post
    No doubt- there is more to life than work. And there are lots of ways to make bread.
    Amen to that! And on that note, good luck to you and your family, best wishes from Ohio..

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    congrats on choosing your family first, enjoy your free time my man

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    Many forms of education, starting a business at home does teach a lot. Can't really call this a loss since you are downsizing at your discretion and have leveraged some of what you learned into a better job. Perhaps save a few $$ a month to put towards this again when the kids have moved out. As you have learned the more you can invest in your new business the better your chances of sucess. If you decide not to then you will have a nice lump of money to play with when the kids have left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by as9100d View Post
    Let the record show that this guy is officially a quitter.
    You list your occupation as "machinist"

    Do you own your own shop in New York State Sir ?


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