Well, first of all, I think that I have to go back to that old saying in Earlham College, when I graduated from a Liberal Arts College, nobody told me what I couldn’t do. I didn’t know that I didn’t think that it would be that difficult. I have learned in life that if you are successful at a few things, it gives you the self-esteem to go try something else. And I think the fact that my first trip to Africa, that was the kind of guy that would give him my right arm to get to Africa. And I had always learned how to adapt to new situations. I think through sports. I’d had some success with sports, even though it was a fairly small college and I’d been opportunity to play professional baseball, but I think some of that rubs off on you. And so you dare to try something else.