This is to make sure that the boys and ladies who work alongside me don’t think that I got this job simply because my father is the manager
When I was in private school, my friends and professors would ask me what I was going to do after I graduated. I always told them the exact same thing. I was going to leave school and work for my dad at his Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation. Since I was 14 I wanted to do what my dad did. That feeling never altered as I grew up. This response to their question always came with diverse reviews, most of them on the negative and shaky side. For five years now I have worked with my dad. For the most part I can easily say that it has been great, but don’t get me wrong, he tends to get on my case if I mess up quicker than a normal boss should in my opinion. Although I am also able to come to him when I am looking for advice or have a drastic concern to talk about so much quicker than I am with anyone in the world. Along with having a solid teacher, having my father as my boss has pushed me to be the best Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance guy that I can possibly be. This is to make sure that the boys and ladies who work alongside me don’t think that I got this job simply because my father is the manager. I want them to realize that I genuinely have the skills and ethic it takes to be an elite Heating, Ventilation, and A/C repairman. It’s not always a fun time down at the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C store.