I’ve been thinking about using my skills as an IT outsourcing experts. I think that it could be a very good way to make a living for a while. I like my job, obviously, and a lot of people don’t even know that I have the skills to be a software engineer but I do. I have all sorts of programming skills, and they are something I highly prices this is a field that I really actually enjoy, but I was drawn away from for a long time. Obviously, though, I have retained a lot of interest and still think about being a professional in this industry on a fairly regular basis. So, I think I’m going to do it. Outsourcing has allowed people to work on their own terms, so much work gets done outside of the official Office of the corporate ring, so I think that I want to capitalize on the opportunity to work under my own conditions, in conjunction with organisations that I am actually interested in working with. These are luxuries that I think that that people are so lucky to have, and I’m kind of amazed that a lot of people don’t actually take up Society on the chances that offers. Wouldn’t we all rather work on our own terms, rather than being the underling for some middle manager? Maybe people don’t think about it as importantly and politically as I do, but I absolutely see this is a major struggle that I am looking to escape from. Am I the only one? Don’t you find this reality that is so accepted to be excruciating Lee frustrating? I can’t be only one. I know that I’m going to change my story and allow myself to drive my own narrative. That’s what I’m going for, and I think that it is a noble goal that is actually capable through things like self-employment.