I forget how business-minded you are.
It's an interesting observation because "business-minded" really isn't a word I'd think to apply to myself. But when I stop and think about it, my decision-making process does follow certain economic principles.
The biggest thing is that I think of everything in terms of opportunity cost. If I spend an hour watching TV tonight, the costs will be that I will not spend an hour reading or drawing. If I go back to school in September, I will not be able to continue searching for a full-time job. Opportunity cost. I think that everyone does this without realizing it, but in my head I definitely use "opportunity cost" as a column in my mental ledger where thoughts get sorted.
I guess I did take all of those business classes back in the 2005-2007 era, including multiple accounting and economics courses. Also, I work retail, where things like budget, inventory, price, sales, and salaries all compete endlessly to be quantified and managed. Certainly that influences the way I approach how I manage my time and my resources.
Heck, one of my favorite podcasts is Freakonomics!
Jeans knows me so much better than I know myself at times.