So, that-that’s something that I used to be bad at. I’ve been running some - my own team I’ve been running for six years now, and there’s something that I - it took me a long time to get good at, and a long time to understand, and really, you know, I- motivating a team and getting that team engaged is, that team has to believe in what you’re doing, and be a part of what you’re doing. I don’t-I definitely don’t run the whole thing. I-I steer us, and, you know, I provide a lot of input and a lot of direction, and I’m very hands-on and very involved. But everyone is contributing. Everyone is always bringing something in, and they need to be bought into that process. They need to know that what they’re going to have at the end of this, what us as a team are going to create, is going to be valuable, it’s going to be something we’re really proud of. And once they’re-once they’re there, then they’re going to start chipping in their own ideas and, I mean everyone has great ideas all the time. There’s always so much to be gained from listening to those guys and, um, you know, letting them run with things, letting those guys design levels, and come up with ideas, and implement stuff, and do little prototypes on the side and everything - and it’s really about bringing that-that idea that yes, we’re working as a team together towards something that we’re going to be proud of. And I’m always - I mean I don’t know if it’s obvious on film. I’m always like, really kind of psyched and jazzed about whatever I’m working on, and I always try and kind of inject that into the team, and hopefully it’s infectious and there it could get really passionate about what they do as well. Um, it’s interesting because, when I was traveling, I was away for six months, and my team had to run without me, and that was kind of interesting, the way that that happened, and the kind of implications of that, because - yeah. I don’t know, sometimes I feel a little bit like I’m a-I’m a battery, so I need to be in there to provide a kind of energy for everyone, you know. I don’t know if that’s just ‘cause I’m crazy, though. I just like my energy level to just ratchet it up while I’m working on games, so - yeah. But I really think working on - you know, working in a team environment and having that team care about what they’re doing, and be passionate about what they’re doing - if you don’t have that, then, what are you even doing? It’s - I find it impossible to imagine that you will end up with something amazing at the end of the day if there’s people on that team who don’t believe in what’s happening. And I always thing as well, it is the responsibility of the, the leader, or the director within that group. If people aren’t feeling it, it’s totally not that person’s fault. It’s your fault for not getting, and not allowing them to believe and buy into what you’re doing.