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I have been in sales my entire adult life, the last 5 years specifically selling e-commerce solutions in the automotive industry. I fucked myself up due to an alcohol about 4 years ago and lost everything. I cleaned my act up, addressed some underlying depression/anxiety issues, and feel better.

Anyway, I went to college and got an associates in network engineering along with another little "certificate" in the fundamentals of the major aspects of IT. It was just 1 or 2 classes in software dev, web dev, database mgmt, etc... I currently have a Net+, but may also go ahead and get a CCNA. Also, Cisco's Netacad has a free course called "Customer Success Manager" which is relevant to my interests, because I like the hybrid of technical knowledge with the soft skills that I have developed from sales.

Am I going to be alright?

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