Run an online HVAC support community

Several years ago I realized that I was unhappy with my life.

I have been working really hard in academic research for several years but it didn’t seem like I was getting anywhere.

I wasn’t fulfilled by the research that I was doing nor did it seem like I had any practical impact on the future of medical care. I wasn’t able to directly help people and therefore I didn’t get very much fulfillment from the job that I toiled so hard in. I decided it was time to set off on a new course. Instead of worrying so much about my achievement I was going to try to help other people. I wasn’t sure what I could offer anybody… Until my heating and cooling system broke down one day. I was sitting at home minding my own business when I heard a terrible sound coming from my forced air furnace in the basement. I ran downstairs and found my heating system was smoking. Clearly, something had gone wrong with the forced air furnace which was at least 20 years old. I knew that I was going to have issues coming up with the money for a brand new heating system. That’s when I started researching local air quality control shops, routine repair services, and energy efficient heating systems. With all of this research under my belt I decided to publish my new HVAC findings to an online forum. the next thing I knew, I had a following in the heating and cooling world. People were flocking to my real world examples of dealing with unexpected heating, cooling, and ventilation breakdowns. Today, I am managing an HVAC support community as my full time job.
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