I’ll do anything to get away from screens; become Heating and A/C tech

When I was growing up I knew one thing for sure, i never wanted to be the sort of man who reported to a cubicle all afternoon for the rest of my life. I entirely cherish the idea of staring at a screen for the next 50 years. In my mind, it was best to find some kind of active work that would easily engage me from dawn until dusk! Unblessedly, this is not what happened, but rather than becoming a creative professional I fell into the trap of working for corporations. I stared at computer screens every afternoon and felt my eyes burn, then that’s when I decided that I made a big mistake and needed to go back to school. The most logical solution was to attend a local trade school so I could enter a professional career that included working with my hands. The next thing I knew, I was graduating from my heating and cooling certification program. It only took me 18 months to become a licensed Heating and A/C worker and to find a professional task at a local air quality control dealership. The entire time I was in school my family asked about my choice in the heating and cooling industry. They couldn’t understand why I would give up a lucrative position in a major company to repair air conditioning units and forced air heaters everyday… No matter how often I try to tell people about my preference for driving around the city, fixing heating and cooling equipment, and meeting with the central Heating and A/C owners.., then people cannot seem to understand my desire to work with my hands beyond my keyboard.

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