If you want something done right, you better do it yourself.
First off, just because you're paying someone, doesn't mean you are getting better quality.
Some people just go through the motions.
Or take short cuts.
Or the easy way out.
When you do something, you put your effort into it, I would hope.
Because you have a vested interest in the outcome.
You are not performing a service for monetary gain, you are doing something for a particular reason.
Whatever that may be.
And if you have to, pay the money to learn to do it yourself.
Sometimes the word professional means "exchanging service for money", however there's no guarentee of quality.
Or perhaps they fix one problem and cause three others.
So if you want it done right, do it yourself.
Because you have to live with the consequences, not them.
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