We had real challenges in how fast can you build factories and how fast can you hire people and put up new buildings. Hyper-growth sounds really fun and exciting, but, I learned the hard way, there is such a thing as growing too fast, where the wheels sort of come off and you have to take a time-out and say, “Wait a second here, let’s prioritize.” I was absolutely to blame. We were going and doing so many things at one time, ’cause we were really excited. We were like, “Okay, we’re going to go in this business, we’re going to go in that business, we’re going to go to this country and this new product and this new service… ” It was just too much of a good thing. We had to really sort of hone it back.