My mom plus my aunt both taught myself and my sister to constantly be mindful of our limits… This wasn’t implying that we shouldn’t attempt to do anything we’ve never successfully done before, but instead it implied that we shouldn’t walk straight into any challenge plus expect success on the first try. However as someone who has subsequently left their own automobile on cinder blocks in an attempt to rotate the tires, I can tell you that I have a habit of being “in too deep” with an automobile or condo repair before realizing I need professional assistance. Despite countless instances of overestimating myself, I still haven’t figured out to simply skip the “I can do it” step plus go straight to calling a professional to handle what I need done… For another example, I obtained a heat pump system to use for my garage. See, I’ve recently converted my 2-car garage into a condo gym, so I wanted to introduce some kind of cooling system to make my training sessions more bearable. Then while I was told that the installation of this heating and cooling system was straight-forward enough for anyone to do it on their own, a small area of myself felt that I might have a tough time plus should just call a professional. Still, I rushed into it as I constantly do. Yet within numerous hours of attempting to install the system, I gave up plus thumbed through my phone for a licensed heating, and air conditioning repair plus installation team. I fortunately found a guy who specialized in the installation plus upkeep for ductless mini-split heat pumps; he said he would be available to help with the installation later this week. I’m happy to have a real heating and air conditioning repair specialist at my home. Plus, I’m even more happy that the specialist will be able to make sense of the countless cables plus instruction for installation! As I said, there’s just some times where you shouldn’t attempt to handle something that you aren’t trained to do.