For the longest time, my biggest regret was not following my dream. I have always loved helping my father with the HVAC equipment when I was younger. I even worked on some old window A/C units in the garage that weren’t working, and I was able to get them to work again! I cleaned them up to the point those window A/C units were looking brand new. I remember how impressed my father was and he was saying I should be an HVAC technician. He even let me use one of them in my room, so long as I didn’t blast the A/C all the time. When I did finally graduate from high school, I didn’t go to a trade school. I went to a community college, and I ended up working at a bank. While it certainly pays the bills, it’s not a very spectacular career at all. In fact, my work is very boring and it’s something that I really don’t enjoy doing very much. The problem is that if I keep on doing this type of work, I’m going to become depressed. I have told friends about this and they tell me that it’s never too late to go for my dream. My ultimate dream would be to not only become a great HVAC technician, but to eventually start up my own HVAC business. My best friend agreed with me that it would be nice to be able to run a business, and he said he would also be interested in becoming an HVAC technician. After we talked, we decided we could really do this, take night classes and get certified. Then we would be able to work out on the field and quit our miserable jobs!