Do It Yourself
Do It Yourself or DIY sometimes may seem like just a cheap way of getting a task or project complete but self-education will not only save you money but build your confidence and your problem-solving skills. First, don’t get me mistaken, It’s no substitute for professional experience, and when you are conducting business, half-assing a job to save money is always a bad idea. In my professional experience, there are two types of people, the person that wants to get the job done and the person that wants to get the job done right. Some people refuse to deliver anything but their best work and those people know exactly what they should and should not be doing, meaning that if the task is simple enough that it could be completed without disrupting or interfering with any other parts of the project, it may be ok. Then you have the person that sees an opening to possibly save money by attempting to complete most of the work themselves, a lot of times this will end in spending more money and time than expected on correcting mistakes.