When I graduated from high school, there was no such a major as graphic designer; the model then was to work in business or in engineering. My mathematical and marketing skills were obvious in school and in life which led me to major in business management. My first personal computer was a huge hard drive with a monochrome monitor that used the dos prompt, and some fifteen years later we started hearing about the Internet. In the meantime I became a management consultant and developed a passion toward accounting where I started my own business as an independent accountant, and with the evolvement of electronics I was fascinated with designing and publishing. Now, forty years later, I realize that my passion for accounting and consulting does not conflict with my love for graphics since accounting is about love for details, and consulting is about helping people see greater potential; details and potential are what graphic design is about. The future is resourceful and energetic; I will never be trapped with a computer and a keyboard working on numbers; now I will use my keyboard not to make the world prettier, but to help the world make smarter choices.