CQ Brown, Jr.: I think part of it is faith and family. I’m a man of faith. And, you know, I grew up in the church. It goes back to my grandparents, my parents, and just the family. It’s the pressure that – I mean, I wouldn’t call it pressure. The thing about what my parents and the things they, they said, you know, basically, you can be anything you want to be, but they always challenged me. And it was always one of these things that they knew I had, you know, whatever our potential was, even your report card would come home and you show something they go, ‘We know you can do better because you’ve proven in certain aspects that you can do this.’ And so, I think they’ve always – And then there’s always that confidence in me as well. I would say the same thing for my – me, my sister, and my brother because of the confidence they put into us and instilled in us. And then they put us in situations that challenged us, that helps you. You know, the more you get challenged and figure out you can get through this, this is how you, you progress. And I would say the same thing my wife does for our sons.