Gonzaga (acct liberal arts)
As a rare giver and problem solver I've always been called on to help others solve problems they could not solve and the leaders who called me would say no other leader was either able to nor willing to help them. Thus, I've helped run a for profit business solving problems nobody else could solve though I had no native interest in running such a business, was simultaneously President/chief negotiator/liaison/adviser/ranger/land use planning etc for a non-profit land trust 10-17 years, an ordained Protestant minister etc for decades, though I got my accounting/ finance/ liberal arts/law degrees from Gonzaga and a de facto religion/philosophy degree in the GU honors program summa cum laude, and dealt with the legal system for 20 years plus law school.
In all these things and more I've taught people my entire life. I was many years ahead of my classmates so I was not taught by the school system-I already knew that basic material. The ability to teach is a gift and its one of the gifts I have been given. My teaching approach is to help people via the special abilities I was given. Contrary to this microwave generation, where listening and caring is a lost art, I listen to allow those who call on me to tell their story and what they need. I am not a mind reader so the student or parent needs to give a sufficient description of the job involved to understand the job and whether I can help. None of the job descriptions on another site I am on have done this.
As a child prodigy teachers said I was doing college work by fifth grade and college professors would call my parents and say, "he's a genius". Had to dumb down my papers starting in7th grade. Could read anything put in front of me when I started school and read every non-fiction book in my secondary school libraries. In my chosen subjects, where there are no paid jobs except perhaps college professor, I'm a pioneer and have been waiting decades for the leaders in said fields to grow up enough to receive what I know but unfortunately the renaissance is dead, nobody cares about their eternity anymore and everything now revolves around the short sighted soul killing narcissistic bottom line without consideration for anything else.
The answer to why I'm an unequaled religion/ philosophy writer as prophesied by many leaders is extremely politically incorrect in the present apostate environment. My boss is trillions of times smarter than anybody else and I'm a submitted servant like Paul who has paid the lifelong price for the anointing. Many have prophesied nobody else would have survived what I've been through as part of that price.
Honest writing/reading/bible study/editing etc help. Not interested in copy writing (pushing sales products nobody needs via deception and manipulation- that naturally is where all the money is!!!) or technical writing. I have written hundreds of essays-as many as 80 pages /day- on difficult, primarily theological subjects, and was editor of my school newspaper. I approach a problem from every angle in my teaching/expository writing because people have an enormous resistance to learning or understanding new things, which is why it takes the educational system 12 years to teach a basic sufficiency. I've written hundreds of essays on why this is so, but pioneers often die broke and forgotten, their work sometimes recognized only posthumously. As a rare giver and problem solver I've always been called on to help others solve problems they could not solve and the leaders who called me would say no other leader was either able to nor willing to help them. Thus, I've helped run a for profit business solving problems nobody else could solve though I had no native interest in running such a
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I was a top honors student in the honors program at my Jesuit university and was taught in the subjects of religion and philosophy by Jesuit priests, even though I was one of only 2 Protestants. An ordained Protestant minster for decades, I've taught and helped other ministers who called on me to solve problems they could not solve. I am recognized as a leader/ pioneer by the ministers who met me. I also advised many bible studies, both Protestant and Catholic. I know the bible better than any pastor I've met.