When I said I was going to find the Titanic, no one believed it. When I said I was going to find the Bismarck, everyone believed it, and then I failed in my first attempt to find the Bismarck. So people expect you to succeed, but they don’t want to stick their own necks out, and so risk-taking can be very lonely at times. You know that classic saying, which is very true: “Failure is an orphan, but success has many fathers.” I’ll tell you, when I’m most at risk, I look around, and there are not a whole lot of people there. But as soon as I succeed, they say, “We were always there.” And I say, “Yeah, but 500 miles behind me.” You have to learn to accept that. You have to know that when it gets dicey, and there is a lot on the line, you are going to find out who your friends are, not at the party afterwards.