One of the metaphors I use for entrepreneurship is you jump off a cliff and you assemble an airplane on the way down. Now if you do this in a particularly — to do this more intelligently — you’re choosing your cliff, you’re choosing when, you’re preparing yourself with the right materials, the right teammates to jump over the cliff with, these sorts of things. But sometimes you just have a love of this technology or this area and you stumble your way into it. So you can be more systematic; you can increase your probabilities; you can increase your scale of outcome. But also, sometimes people just happen to be doing something they love, and all of a sudden the commercial models and venture and everything else goes into it. And all of a sudden, it’s off to the races. There were a number of successful companies that started that way. So it’s both, but it’s skill and knowledge, and networks help.