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There's a saying that goes like this: "Be careful what you ask for...".
What you think you love may turn out to be a PITA. Woodworking could be a hobby that turns out to be a moneymaker. In a case like that your dream comes true.
One scenario may be that you have certain items you like to make and then sell them. Actually I started out that way. But in my case it wasn't a hobby. My story is more complete here
. I started making lamps because I was unemployed and thought there might be a way of selling them, like at flea markets.
One thing led to another, and the initial product became varied due to clients wanting something different, like shapes, and sizes. Going one step beyond that, there was only so much could be made for the time involved. So, when the opportunity to diversify into cabinetwork reared its head, I took the plunge because there were bills to be paid.
Now after 40 years and looking back on the experience I admit it's been one heckuva ride. Not always enjoyable, and not always profitable. The difference being if I was just making a few items and those were what was being sold, it may have been a different course.
But, every job is different, and the learning process never stops. It's a matter of being able to figure out how to make something, or starving. That challenge is what keeps it interesting.