It is a must for a doctor to make his/her best efforts to establish as much depth and width in knowledge and experience as his/her capacity allows. It is not hard to imagine a patient to pass way for a disease not noticed by a doctor who perfectly spotted all others. The patient may not leave a minute for the doctor to fill up what he/she is short of. Such a possibility doesn’t apply differently to my patients, who are systems rather than biological persons. They are equivalently sick but causes of their diseases are largely unexamined or often managed to be unnoticed. With the situation perceived in mind, I have been barely able to spare time to do other things than what prepares me more to better serve the role of a corporate and financial socio-ecologist.