I think it's really important how you form your team and my recent experience is that, in the team, we do not just need a developer, a designer, a leader, or a project manager with specific skills. But right now in our team, we're even looking at personality traits, so we're doing disc personality tasks. It's like 4 letters. And recently we did one within our smaller teams just to see if we have M1, D, and C, and interesting enough, if you don't perform that well, because you do need somebody to have a vision, you do need somebody that is more analytic, you do need somebody that acts right and loves checklists, somebody that inspires right? So I think when hiring and when forming a team, it's a great way to look at it, first to begin with you, to know who you are, and where you are the best at, and then look for others to kind of complement you. So I think that like my perspective disc is a really simple way to kind of know who does the best; don't hire yourself. Because everybody is going to be great in some other way. It doesn't even matter what kind of position they are in.