Usually what starts to happen is you start living in a bubble, and the more — the better you’re doing, the bigger the bubble becomes. So the further you have to go to have some real — a real interface with a musician who’s really going to be straight with you, or a listener who’s going to be straight with you. I don’t know why I’m talking about this, but I guess in case some young people are listening, that’s a gift. If somebody’s willing to talk down to you, or criticize you — I’m sorry — be critical of your playing, that is really a great gift because as I’m sure we know from other fields, when somebody doesn’t think you have any potential, they don’t say anything. There’s something there that rubbed them. Like if you ever think somebody’s just really sad and really not doing anything, you just kind of like brush it off, but when something that somebody’s playing really bothers you and you keep thinking about it, to me that means it’s affected you. It’s like the opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference, right? So if somebody is taking the time and the energy to be mad at you or get on your case, that’s a really good sign, I think, that there’s something — there’s more to dig out.