I started at Columbia and, after my first semester, I said, “I don’t know if this is really for me.” I remember being in a class, a marketing class, my first year, first semester. And the professor said, “How many of you want to work for Procter and Gamble?” And everybody’s hands went up. And I said, “Oh, my gosh, this is not for me. I’ve got to get out of here. I’m in the wrong place.” I called my dad, and I said, “I’m going to drop out, and I’m going to go back to work for the Madison Fund.” He said, “No, you’re making a mistake, son.” He says, “I think you’ve gotten the worst over. The first semester is always the hardest at business school. Stick with it. It will always be good to have your master’s.” And long story short, I did stick with it.