Probably the number one question I get is, “How am I going to sell my books?” And the number one answer to that is you’re on your own. It’s tough. I mean you’ve got a book. I mean anybody can publish a book, right? But, you know, the word “publisher”, I mean it implies that you’re going to sell books. I’ve got to say we do about 1,000 titles a year and different people do it, you know, sell books in different ways. I mean whether you sell them like the publishing basics book that I gave away for free as a primary like a business card or, say, you do seminars and you’ve got books that you have in the back. After you’ve got 200 people that’ll, you know, listen to your speech or going to buy your book…I’ve got a fella that sells books on the subway. He goes out there every day, like, you know, door to door, you know. Even like gets arrested from time to time because you’re not supposed to be doing it but he sells enough that he’s been supporting himself for, you know, quite some time, OK? So it’s really, really up to you. I mean you can…it’s the one (1:00) part of the process that you can’t just buy outside. I mean it’s a one part…you can buy a design, you can buy Editorium, buy everything else but when it comes to selling, you got to be the salesman of your book. You are your book.