General question, but do y'all work fast or slow? I'm a slow, methodical worker and that got me in a little trouble when I did painting, but I've found it helps me just in general. I do things right the first time instead of just rushing it.
What about y'all?
at least in 'Merica everything is all about "git 'er DONE!!"... i.e. just do it fast (or faster), quality or attention to detail be damned. b'cuz time=$ ya know.
I worked a bit in a cabinet making shop, I was not slow by any means but maybe not as 'fast' as the other two blokes who worked there. funny thing was my projects were done once. theirs were always in need of 'adjustments' and/or complete re-do.
at one point they hired a 4th guy and he really was sloooooooow; was sacked right away.
I work really fast but I usually don't have all the parts yet nor have a full plan formulated, so it ends-up taking me twice as long for half the quality because I fuck it all up trying to get it done prematurely.
So, to answer your question, both
I took out a shower in the basement of my house six? years ago and slowly redid it. Just need to finish that thinset and tile and I'll be almost done.
Usually how I roll is think about doing something, put it off, wake up on day off and go get everything and finish it in a day or two.
Depends on what type of work, and what it's for.
I do lots of craft junk, and I'm more familiar with some, so obviously I go faster with things I've done more.
Also, if it's just for me, I take my time and usually focus on building skills. If it's for someone else, I'll go a bit faster to make sure I meet deadlines.