You’re the only person who can tell whether you have talent or not, and there’s a certain point where you’ve go to be really honest with yourself and say, “Yeah, I do, and I’m going on.” or “No, I don’t.” And your parents can’t do it for you, and critics can’t do it for you. Once you’ve determined that, then there should be no room for doubt, you know. There is room that, “Well, maybe this isn’t the right role for me.” That’s always going on, you know. You’re told every day you’re not right for this role. And they might, “It’s ’cause you’re too tall.” They usually don’t know why you’re not right for it. It’s just, you didn’t ring a bell for them, that’s all. And that’s okay. You’ve got to accept the fact that you don’t ring a bell for everybody.