I am no stranger to hard labor since I was brought up on a corn farm. My family farms, and we were taught to work to eat or earn a living. The work ethic is firmly embedded in my system. I like the outdoors, and when I was in college, I hoped my first and subsequent jobs will allow me fieldwork assignments like the one I now perform as an HVAC serviceman for an international HVAC supplier. The company employs over 300 employees locally, with over 600 employed as agents or resellers internationally. When I first joined, I was taken through a thorough initiation training that involved mastering the parts of a steam boiler and how to service it. Simpler tasks come two weeks later, like learning how to do ductwork cleaning, set up a new thermostat, clean an ac filter, and lay and position an air duct correctly. My training took a month, and soon after, I was assigned to a region with a high demand for heating and cooling appliances. Because I worked under a senior supervisor, I mostly carry out the manual cooling or heating device installation tasks. Since I joined the company, I have helped with 5 HVAC installations. When our store gets an order for HVAC for sale, the work plan involves assessing the installation area and the same house or business premises’ temperature control needs. One day, I hope to single-handedly install a hybrid HVAC system or program and maintain an air conditioner without much help. In a year or so, I’ll find out. For now, I just lay the foundation of AC equipment set up.