You might want to take a look at Alwyn Cosgrove's "Fat-Loss Hierarchy" article.
Probably 75% of the information on this site
a) is geared towards fat loss (which is your immediate goal) and
b) would indicate that you are using too high of training volume.
You seem to want to lift 24/7, which I know I would love to do, but again and again experience shows us (people who are training and trainers who coach them) that training constantly is not a good way to get positive results, and is in fact counter productive.
What you CAN do all day to aid your fat loss efforts is EAT RIGHT. If you are planning on training for 15 minute sessions of Leg/Shoulder supersets or whatever, your goal is not to gain strength or muscle, it is to activate your metabolism. Food does exactly that, AND can give you nearly endless other advantages.
It could be that you are the one guy in the history of the world for whom this program (which you designed above) does something positive, but I personally doubt it. But, if you have to scratch that itch, do it, but know that when it doesn't work, there are other alternatives that can offer encouraging results (as opposed to the frustration you will feel following this plan).
To do what has PROVEN to work, consistently, for the largest percent of the population, follow the training advice in Cosgrove's Fat Loss Hierarchy, keep your training volume in check, and probably most important, read Berardi's "Tailor Made Nutrition." If you don't understand things, ASK. A lot of people here understand and are cool enough to help you out.
**Word to the wise, if you are running your own business and think you have plenty of time to work out, SPEND THAT TIME WORKING ON YOUR BUSINESS. If you graduated in 2005, you have a lot of work to do.