I’ve been involved with Allstate now for just shy of two years. Having worked in the nonprofit sector for 20 years, I liked caring about people. I liked doing something that was meaningful, but was restless for something that I had more autonomy over and I could really see myself in for the long haul. I bought a book, as luck would have it, great book of business 20 minutes from where I live. Didn’t have to move, didn’t have to relocate. Owned by a fellow who had started it from scratch 24 years ago. We have been able to grow the agency in a fairly short time. Yeah, we’ve grown by nearly 100,000 in a year or so. I’ve been really fortunate to hire some great folks, some really great colleagues that I’m just really blessed to have onboard with me, and yeah, growing’s a lot of fun. Financially, this was a risk, certainly. But this year, the bonus projections well exceed what had been my annual salary, and that’s the end-of-year bonus. If we do a good job taking care of people, really helping them protect their financial security, helping them think about their financial futures, if we do that in a meaningful way, in an honest way, in a way that’s really based on caring, you know, the Good Hands thing, we’re going to sell insurance. From Day 1, I genuinely felt like part of a brotherhood or sisterhood, just really connected to this – as cliché as it might sound, this family. People who really I think love this company, and I’ve quickly come to love this company too. I go home from work each day feeling like not wiped out, not exhausted. I worked hard, I had a lot of fun. I mean, really, taking care of people. This really is a good fit for me. Owning the agency has really changed my life in some meaningful ways. I think notably, for the first time in my life, I actually think I know what I want to do when I grow up. Like, this is it. I feel like I’ve sort of arrived at where I’m supposed to be in the world.