The more successful people are in life — and I’ve found this to be true — have this resiliency about them, where no matter what comes down the pike, they’re not going to quit. They’re not going to be blown out of the water, and they’re not going to exit from the game, unless it’s their choice. And if it’s their choice to exit from the game, they’re exiting because they’ve got something else to do. It’s like the old expression, it’s better to not succeed than it is to not try. If you don’t try, you’re guilty of a crime that, in business, or in sports, or whatever, would be considered the cardinal sin. Always give your best effort, always try. You might come up a little bit short, but have this intestinal fortitude within you. Have this attitude programmed. Understand who you are, what you can bring to the table, and then bring that to the table. Where the pieces fall, they fall. I think that the resiliency to deal with good times, as well as bad times, and still remain focused, and still remain purposeful and true in your quest for worthy things in life is part of the character that one has to have to be successful. There are a lot of technical things that you have to understand, a lot of fundamental things that you need to be a part of your make-up. But you’re way ahead of the game if you have this knack for being resilient, resourceful.