MMBE, 2.20.2012 addendum

Welcome to my entry into the Monday Mingle, Business Edition blog hop, hosted by Lynsey Jones, The Party Plan Coach.  Each week, business owners share a bit about themselves and their businesses.   Please consider linking up with us each Monday.  We’d love to get to know you!

Now this post is a teensy different than others.  Somehow, I got off track with the topics and dates to cover them.  So, I am backtracking to last week and catching everyone up on what I should have been talking about….

Lynsey’s question:  What were your best and worst subjects in school?  Do you see either of those in your day to day business?

Fortunately, I was a pretty good student throughout school and didn’t hit too many bumps in the road until college.  Calculus?  Yikes!

I liked most subjects, math being an exception.  I did well enough through high school, but found math to be overly repetitive and boring.  I am not the kind of gal who likes knowing that there is only one way to answer a question!  Other than that, most everything else was based on words and concepts, so that was cool with me.  I enjoyed anything to do with literature, writing, and science best of all.

But, do these apply to my business today?  I guess in a round about kind of way, they do.  I use math daily with reports, statistics, and orders.  Everything else in my business really revolves around logic and communication, skills that I first honed in those high school classes.

Of course, as a homeschooling Mama, it all applies.  Of course, it doesn’t help that younger son is digging the History and Science, but despises math.

I wonder where the heck he gets that from!

Missed last week?  Click here.

What were  your best and worst subjects?

Till next time,

Your Favorite Jewelry Lady, Premier Designs Jewelry

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