When you run up against an obstacle, to do what I call the principle of tai chi. You know, karate takes a force and it opposes with a force, but in most obstacles that you run up against, you’re outgunned and you’re outnumbered, so you’re not going to overcome it with force. One of the smartest things that you can do is to take that force and turn it back against itself, which is what tai chi does. And to enjoy what you do, because if you’re not having fun at it you’re going to get tired real quick. But if you do what you enjoy, and if you’re disciplined, if you find mentors, if you use your head when you come up against an obstacle, and find a way to overcome that obstacle and to keep moving forward — or to move around and move forward — you’ll get to where you want to go.