Absolutely. So we're going to try to challenge people. In our case, for instance, even though we are a SaaS company and selling a software, let's say, we are a very emotional product, I mean, we are selling a product for events, and an event in general is a very emotional thing, because the people that are organizing these events, they worry if everything will work fine and if the event will be successful at the end, and so on, and so on. And–so we are not trying to sell, let's say, a button or a feature, we are trying to sell the emotion that the event at the end will be amazing. And for that, you need to have also this empathy as a salesperson, you know? Some of our clients, they are looking more into technical stuff, some others are looking into more soft skill stuff, etc., so you need to adapt very quickly as a salesperson to the need of our clients, and that in a very emotional way and I am, for instance, a very emotional person. I love to sell emotional, and I think that this is the way how it should work in our case, and that's why we want to challenge people, not only having, let's say, the dry sales skills, like how to approach approach a new, ah, potential client, and how to write an email, etc., or to set up a sales presentation. But also how do you speak to them – like how is your voice? How is your whole behavior and attitude towards the–the new prospects? And this is very, very important. Because we want to show emotions, we want to sell differently, and all together is very, very important. So yeah, that's why we are going to challenge all the candidates in the future. Also in this direction – like how would they do a, let's say, a demo of our product to a client, etc.