So I’m ignorant. I know little of the business world. I’m anticipating becoming acclimated within three years of working. This is merely dipping my toe in. As far as reaching my peak potential of value creation, who knows. I’ll need to know myself much better for that. Since I graduated from University with a degree in Religious Studies, I’ve taken a course in microeconomics from MITx and a course in principles of accounting from ACC. I remember when I began University wondering why they even had a business college. It wasn’t pure enough for my youthful mind. I did have a lot of pride in those days. But I’m seeing business education as very practical. In my curriculum I plan to work through a few economics textbooks and a couple of accounting textbooks. I feel like my mind is currently valuable in so far as I’ve had a great books education. I don’t see the world abandoning capitalism any time soon. So I think studying business will stead me well. In as far as this goes my self esteem has greatly improved this past year. But I’m not to the point where I simply feel like people should give me money for consulting them. That takes an ego. I think as I progress on my curriculum I could learn much more about word press and be a consultant in this area. I’m thinking more along the lines of technical aide.