I don't know a lot about baking and I've never made donuts myself, but I'd say I'm a pretty good judge of a good donut. Let's be honest, it's not that hard to be. What is hard is to score higher on my personal donut meter than a Marvel's Market donut.
As an Industrial Engineering student, we study topics anywhere from making work environments more ergonomic to inspecting the quality of manufacturing processes, but the underlying theme of it all is efficiency. This term is where companies like Amazon can make a profit. They can upscale the market of shipping products by doing it faster and cheaper than anyone else. Efficiency can be applied to all business sectors from technology to human resources. Amazon capitalizes on efficiency by investing in robotics and utilizing the space in their warehouses in tried and true ways. Through my education in efficiency, here are some ways I came to understand Amazon's warehouse and how the company as a whole became so successful.
After taking seven semesters of engineering classes, I only had a few classes left to take to finish my major, so I decided to fill up my semester with other classes that I'd been thinking of taking to enhance my public speaking abilities and to fulfill some of my interests. I had originally thought of taking a public speaking class, but I was tired of the strictly structured classes and I also had the faint urge to revisit my childhood acting career. So when the time came to register, I enrolled myself in Basic Acting without knowing anyone else who would take it or if I even still embodied that young actress from elementary school (who, by the way, played the princess in Princess and the Pea which I am still very proud of but seems a bit outdated to add to my resume).