Work more efficiently, make more money

My entire life I’ve realized that I’m not the sort who should have a traditional job.

I can’t handle the idea of reporting somewhere 9 to 5 everyday based on somebody else’s schedule.

I’m happiest when I have personal freedom and that includes being my own boss. At a minimum, I know that I’m not the sort of person who should work for an hourly wage because it makes me despise the world. That’s why, I was pretty happy to realize that I could become a certified heating and cooling technician in as little as 2 years at my local trade school. To be honest, I have never wanted to be a central heating and cooling repairman before I started talking to my friend about his experience in the air quality control industry. When we started speaking about his daily jobs, I realized that residential HVAC repair wasn’t such a bad deal. The thing that makes his job worthwhile, in my opinion, is that he determines how much money he makes each day. As a heating and cooling technician, you can fit as many HVAC maintenance appointments and repair jobs into your schedule as possible. The air quality control repair shop has an endless supply of customer requests for residential HVAC repair. My friend told me that in a single day he could make bank if he worked as efficiently as possible to fit in a high number of heating and cooling repair services. He was paid hourly, but on top of that he also made a sales commission for every year HVAC job that he attended. As such, he told me that he preferred to work long, hard days for his own financial gain. He didn’t take lunches and he didn’t slack when he was on the job because that prevented him from getting to the next HVAC appointment as quickly as possible. After hearing that he was essentially his own boss, driving around on the open road in a large HVAC repair van… I realized that heating and cooling was the industry for me


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