So, the problem is how I see it now, of course, I was not that experienced or smart way back then. It was that we kind of had the idea that it would be great for us like to start for the roles that don't have like even well-defined environments or structure or processes, let's take sales, marketing, operations - at the very beginning of the company when we just starting to get the market product fit and decided that okay, let's scale this and add some more people next to the Co-Founders, we thought that if we get senior and experienced people, first of all, they would be very fast to start delivering the results and as we were naturally planning that all of it will scale fast and then we'll be hiring more and more people and at some point we'll need like team leads, managers and then we thought, okay, then those first hires would be a great fit for those roles because they would be like the most experienced both like generally and in terms of the product and they would basically just own that area of expertise and then we could, Founders and Co-Founders, could just maybe delegate and focus on the other areas, like product - which was a big mistake actually at least in our case. I would count like 5 maybe first hires like mostly in sales, and marketing and then some in operations that we did at the beginning, and the reality proved to be very different from what we expected. We saw that seniors, they're used to some comfort. Many of them were coming from the enterprise world, directly, or at least they had spent most of their career there. So and there's like very little unknown there. So yeah, then we kind of saw that they don't feel comfortable in the unknown and ever-changing environment which is like normal for a fast-growing company, in the early stages, and we saw that they were not delivering, procrastinating, finding excuses and so on and that was a problem and once we hired some, let's call them "hungry mid-level people", who were already a bit experienced but still with the grinding attitude and open mindset for anything possible in the future and they were saying "Okay, let's figure out along the way". So we saw that the less experienced people were way more productive in that kind of environment, at least in our setup.