Giving a talk about a/c to some students

Since I started speaking in public about a/c, this would be my fifth talk.

I have worked in the cooling industry for a while now as well as appreciate interacting with cooling products. The ever-evolving cooling technology is both a drive and a passion of mine in this industry. I am an entrepreneur as I have built my a/c biz to become the local giant it is today. Both of us have a program in the company where a/c experts help the local community by having talks where they answer every question concerning cooling components the property owners might have. The program had tied up myself and others to give a talk on the most up-to-date cooling systems in the market at an A/C rep training institution in the outskirts of the city. I prepared for the talk as best as I could. When the day finally came, the hall was full to capacity. I was always distraught as well as anxious before a speech. They call it period fright. After I started talking, the argument disappeared as it always does. I listed as well as explained to the newcomers about the market as well as then opened the floor for questions. During these lectures, there are some questions I have come to expect, including a/c installation as well as geothermal heat pumps. The first question was related to how frequently all of us should get the a/c tune-up. It depends on the style of system, however generally, maintenance should occur at least once a year as well as a/c repairs as soon as an issue appears. The students, some of whom could eventually become cooling specialists, also had a conversation on how frequently to update a/c filters. It was one of the most lively crowds I have spoken with.

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