Several years back we started The Jon Boat Project. It went well. Today, I’d like to give you an update on the original boat project and show you how everything is holding up, as well as a closer look at some of the modifications that were made.
This was a great, relatively simple project that anyone can do. It’s also a great alternative to shelling out thousands on a brand new fishing boat if you just need a simple – but comfortable – alternative. Not to mention… it’s really fun.
You can view the full playlist as it grows and more videos and updates are added.
Over the next several weeks I’ll be getting caught up on the update videos that I took during the time I was working on the project. These have yet to be turned into videos, because while they were being created I was completely obsessed with growing my business – not fishing or video editing.
As we discussed in the very first video that was created for The Minimalist Fisherman, I’m still very plugged into my business – but – I’ve also made many modifications to my behaviors, so that fishing and video editing (along with healthier eating, working out and minimizing) are all playing a much larger role in my life.
They can play a much larger role in your life as well.
All you need to do is simplify and make a one change at a time. Progress. Progress leads to happiness.
We’ll talk more about that as we go, but for now here are a few before & after photos of the jon boat project. Feel free to hit me up by dropping a comment if you have any questions.
Let’s get better.
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