I had worked in the same air conditioning corporation for a decade and had to build excellent relationships with our colleagues. I had trained some of the cooling specialists at the company. I had a team that I would change after every year to give every a/c rep a chance to work with me. It also allowed myself and others to assume odd people and how they perform their duties. Some of our team members had been promoted to higher positions, which I anticipated for every starting professional I worked with. It did not matter who I had on our team; our mission was to give the best maintenance to our purchasers. My team members had to keep up with the ever-evolving cooling technology to achieve this perfection. They also needed to be fantastic at operating and maintaining cooling products. I later found out that most of the new air conditioning experts, even the more experienced a singles, wanted to work with myself and others because of our thoroughness and work ethic. The two of us had done amazing work with our team, from creating an air conditioning replacement manual to forming an apprentice program for the new trainees to learn more about air conditioning. Last year I wrapped up our previous work order, as I am leaving the company for yellower pastures abroad. My team and I attended to a malfunctioned heat pump. The two of us did a comprehensive a/c tune-up. It felt nostalgic adjusting our last air conditioning filters with our team. The two of us all took care of the air conditioning repairs with joy and sadness. The fun that the people I was with and I were entirely working together, sadness because it was our last time entirely working together on cooling equipment. The two of us restored the air conditioning plan efficiently. Later that week, I said a tough goodbye to our team.