I realized several years ago that I have often made the mistake of assuming other people knew what they were talking about.
- I have correctly had such little confidence in myself that I have correctly appealed to other humans for their opinions on crucial matters.
I don’t suppose that this is the wrong thing to do, although I also don’t suppose that their advice should be taken as infallible facts. This is something that I finally absorbed after our giant heating, cooling, plus air quality control failure last month; Now, for the past several months I have been obsessed with our indoor air temperature control equipment. I could tell that our heating plan plus air conditioner unit were not running well, and for the past season or 2, I’ve been waiting for the indoor air temperature control devices to chop down on me. I have not been particularly proactive with the air quality equipment problem because I don’t have a lot of extra money for a professional temperature control repair, but at the same time, I don’t know who to trust as a certified heating, cooling, plus ventilation control dealership. So, I decided I would ask a friend. She hastily advocated a local heating, cooling, plus ventilation worker plus gave myself and others his professional Heating plus A/C worker card. I promptly called the number plus the Heating plus A/C worker serviced our indoor air temperature control devices. Too bad, he didn’t know how to fix them! When I mentioned the Heating plus A/C mishap to our friend, she seemed disappointed. She told myself and others it made her concerned that her bestie was such a awful heating plus cooling worker, but oh.