When I played college basketball, I’d practice for two hours, and just as I wanted to go to the locker room, the coach would say, “Give me 20 wind sprints.” “I don’t want to do 20 wind sprints.” And he would say, “Do you want to play in tomorrow’s game? Then you’d better do 20 wind sprints.” And I did those 20 wind sprints, which gave me the stamina to survive four quarters of basketball. You will never sell a kid on mental wind sprints. You’ve got to sell them on the game, then they’ll do the wind sprints. So what we wanted to do, is to show them what excitement exploration is, and sell them on exploration, on the quest for knowledge. Sell them on that, and how exciting it is and rewarding it is. And when you hook them, then they will go prepare themselves.