Never give up because it’s going to be unbelievably hard. It’s going to be a ridiculously brutal, uphill fight all the time, and you just have to have tremendous stamina and self-confidence to power through it. You have to not listen to the nay sayers because there will be many and often they’ll be much more qualified than you and cause you to sort of doubt yourself. But, you know, what I learned from those early days was to trust my instincts and to not back off, because when the hour gets dark, you’re instinct is to — or your tendency might be to say, “Well, this is just too hard and no, you know, nobody should have to go through this in order to accomplish X,” whether it’s a movie or whatever. But to — in the pursuit of excellence — and… I think you can be in the pursuit of excellence when you’re working on a low budget science fiction horror film, if it’s how you define it. You have to go all the way. It’s that simple. Now I don’t mean trample over people. I don’t mean turn into a screaming maniac. I mean, you have to be able — you have to have made the commitment within yourself to do whatever it takes to get the job done and to try to inspire other people to do it, because obviously the first rule is you can’t do it by yourself.