I’ve learned that achievement is a sense, what — more importantly — is a sense of oneself and that it’s never a feeling of self-satisfaction. That the people who have achieved more probably are those who always say, “I don’t deserve this.” Because they were doing exactly what they loved to do, and what ended up being quite helpful, maybe, to other people. But not seeking approval, not trying to follow the ordinary way of doing things, the expected way of doing things, the accepted way of doing things. They are not aversive in their actions and, yet they know how to ruffle the system and make better things happen, not for self-importance but for larger reasons.