Growing up, I always found myself explaining things to people a lot.
I would always volunteer to lead or demonstrate something to a group of people.
My dad identified me as a proactive go-getter who jumps at every opportunity and makes the best of it. With time I figured I wanted to be a leader of some sort, a tutor, or even a saleswoman. So when the time to pick college came, I chose institutions that offer teaching, technical courses, or management courses. But it wasn’t until after college that I finally realized what I wanted to be. One day when my mom and I walked into an electric heating system store to hand over our portable heater for heating repair, I took the air conditioner worker through what happened and he was impressed with how informed I was with the heating technology. The store manager who overheard our conversation inquired if I’d be interested in a sales person position at the company. I had mixed feelings about it because it was sudden and I didn’t know a thing about cooling. “Do not worry,” he said. “We can train you to master everything you want to know, including cooling install.” He added. We were to pick our heating device later that week so I promised to give them an answer then. During the week, my parents talked me into becoming a cooling representative. So I spent the rest of the days skimming through material about quality ac service, air purification help, ductless HVAC, and a/c setup until the day we went back. I did accept their offer and days later, I was learning about new air conditioning, parts of a ductless HVAC, and how to market a heater for sale.