I have learned that achievement is ongoing. It’s like learning, that you don’t — certainly within my performing life — you don’t get to a point where you can say, “Now I can rest. I’ve done that, so now I can sit on laurels.” That’s not the case. There’s always someone in the audience who’s never heard you before. There’s always something new that I’m performing for the first time. I like that. I love that. On a tour, I never sing exactly the same program everywhere. I want the excitement of knowing, “Oh, yes. Well, we didn’t do that Cole Porter song in that group in Paris, but we’re doing it in Lyon,” because that keeps things fresh for me. I hope that it also keeps things more interesting for the audience. But certainly, I have learned that one has to go on achieving, that one doesn’t get to a level to say, “Okay, now I’m fine, don’t have to worry any more.” No, no, no. I don’t think that happens.