I’ve finished my Fall Semester at the University of Montana. It’s good to be back in school. I am much more driven this time around.
When you have goals, direction, focus: you are able to extract more out of life.
I spent my days situated deep in the judicious wings of the the Mansfield Library. Hours of laborious study passed as my mind revved. More knowledge, new connections, different perceptions, a stronger foundation.
I went into this semester with a desire to learn. With the determined work ethic I established with trading, I was able to complete an entire block of diversified upper core business courses. Business Finance, Management & Organizational Behavior, Principles of Marketing: I even managed to squeeze in a ceramics class to work the other side of my mind. Most surprising this semester was my Operations Management course. Operations is an element of business that not many people immediately think of. However, it’s usefulness and relevance is undeniable! I believe that a solid background in operations management has the ability to dramatically improve efficiency & capability allowing one to live a highly-productive meaningful life.
I’m a senior now.. Close to a meaningful goal post but my life's only just began..
Internships, specialized classes, not to mention career and my personal ambitions: I’ve got a lot on my plate.
All I know with certainty is: No matter what it takes: I’m going to succeed.