I would say - that’s a good question. The unexpected insights that we glean from someone you’d imagine is going to have a certain perspective on the work they do, and then they surprise you with something completely insightful and unexpected that has helped them do their job more effectively. A quick example: Rob Gore is an emergency room doctor in Brooklyn. And we had him come on the panel to talk about what it’s like having empathy being an ER doctor, dealing with trauma of that degree every day. And the conversation took an amazing turn where he started talking about an insight he picked up, which is that so many young men of color were coming into the ER with brutal either gunshot or knife wounds, because of the early experiences they were having entering gang life. And what he realized is that particularly in low income communities, these kids need to be treated like at-risk youth with more mental health services, because they don’t have role models at home or around them that are necessarily showing them another way to be a man. So he actually created a nonprofit that is designed to provide a mentorship role to these kids, so he doesn’t see as many of them on his operating. And that was all born out of empathy.