I’ve spent my life trying to be efficient about practicing, about learning things, about getting as many things done as quickly as possible when I’m on the road. But it’s funny that the things that bring the greatest meaning actually are the things that are not efficient. When you’re cooking a great meal or you’re enjoying the meal, you’re not eating as fast as possible. You’re savoring, you’re having a conversation. And the years that I was stressed at home, it was sort of like, “Okay, do you know what you can do with the kids? Let’s produce life. We’ve got five minutes, we’ve got to make 17 decisions because I’m sorry, I’m late, I have to go now.” That does not lead to enjoyment or meaning. So during the pandemic, I have been able to sort of say, “Wait a minute, I can actually afford to take time to think about something through,” and not say, “Okay, I’ve got 20 minutes, I have to make a decision.” That’s great.