We've talked a lot about the fact that leadership is not a destination, that it's really a journey, and that seems to tie very closely into this idea of a culture of growth. What does the culture of growth mean for you? Either why it's important, or how does one help to enact and create that culture of growth. I think you just said it. Life isn't stable, work isn't stable, teams aren't stable. A big part of what we're trying to do as leaders, and what we're trying to do as team members, is evolve and adapt, and then grow and change and learn and innovate and get creative. For me the cultures of growth really is about how do we do that, and what's the mental model we need to do that? I think we've talked a little bit now about teams as complex systems. The reason I liked that so much is that it's really about maintaining an equilibrium over time, but then evolving and changing and adapting based on whatever comes flying at you. We all know stuff comes flying at us, all the time. All the time. What a great way to end this course, is now you have these ideas in place, now how do we push it forward? I think embedded in there with all of the uncertainty and ambiguity and adapting, are these ideas of creativity and innovation. We're in higher education, no matter what industry you're in, you're dealing with issues of finding creative solutions to problems; iterating, adapting, innovating, ideating. This is happening everywhere in all of our industries. It's nice how you mentioned about disruption, and how so many areas have been disrupted, and there's active efforts to disrupt. Disruption is nothing if not change, and requiring adaptation, and awareness, and openness to affecting that change , and avoid obsolescence. For leaders to be in a mindset, and be willing to cultivate this culture of growth, and risk-taking, and vision setting, and develop teams in that way, gets back to self-courage as well, I think. It comes back to learning too. What we're talking about here is essentially learning, so all of the new technologies disruption, all of these sexy words and ideas that are very exciting. Even though through innovation, can also be super scary. These are some of the foundational things. If we can problem-solve, get creative, and navigate change, then we have a foundation for it. I think it's fair to say, again, there's no magic pill for this, there's no one answer for this. These are the nuggets that we all need to form the foundation for managing that growth in that learning.