“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not wait to see what others do.” -Gandhi

Fascinated with Capitalism, Business, and Distribution; I desire to make contributions to the functional processes of these and other endeavors.

We rarely give thought to the complexity of what we see even on our own table. Consider the glass of orange juice. Just think of what it took to get that on your table! Think about the chain of events and the lives of people touched and employed to bring you that nondescript juice. It possibly came from a grocer, who received it from a supply chain, which distributed from a bottling facility, which was supplied by a grower. Now that in itself doesn’t sound so amazing but dig a little deeper.

Think of how the bottle was made, think about the machines used to sterilize the bottles then fill them with clean and healthy juice. How did the juice get out of the orange? How did the orange get from the tree? How did the grower water and cultivate the plants? Where did the trucker get his vehicle to deliver the bottles of juice? Think of all that goes into making a truck, then fueling and maintaining it.

When you take a moment to reflect, it is an amazing world we live in. Each of us can play a part, no matter how insignificant we think it is, each of our contributions is a necessary gear in the machine of modern living. This was only one incomplete example, now multiply it by the millions of variations in products.

This is what motivates me, the desire to come alongside those who have made such a difference in our world and continue to improve upon systems and processes so this and future generations can enjoy the possibilities of fresh orange juice or banana’s while living in a climate thousands of miles from the source.


Consider the wheel of life. It is a simple illustration of the major areas in our lives. Now consider the products used in each area. Our electronics, places of worship, homes, schools, banks, etc. Each being an industry that exceeds our simple understanding when looking at the complexity of components.

I am energized by the opportunity to utilize the talents, skills, and abilities acquired up to this point, to improve the profitability of businesses that provide the objects which make our lives so amazing in this modern world.

Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.  

-Albert Einstein

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