One of the themes that we've talked about throughout this whole process is how leadership is a practice. It's a process of development and a process of growing. We've explored some of the ways in which we are working on that. Let's just talk a bit about why we framed this course in terms of the development piece. Why was that important to us? I think it's just, I shouldn't say just anything it's actually really important, that students appreciate the contrast with a destination versus the journey. The growth mindset is about being on a journey and developing on that journey, which creates more opportunities to make some mistakes, try different things, learn from those things, adjust, recognize that we're in a context. We are literally as humans changing every single moment, and oftentimes, ignoring that, or discounting it or forgetting it somehow, or resisting it. For me, the power of this is understanding that it's a journey and being willing to be on that journey. I want to pick up on the use of the word human a few times and that's what I think about. I mean, I think about all of this as a human development like writ-large leadership as a social science. It's about humans growing and changing and influencing each other and being in this process of life and navigating change together. I think that's inherently developmental and it's like what you said that we as individuals are changing over time, and changing because of all the influences coming at us all the time. There's really no other way it's not static, leadership isn't a place, or a thing, or a person. It's a moving, changing, amorphous, messy, hard process. Yeah. Journey and process. Yeah, so because of that, it's a complex systems mentality almost. You can't impose one framework on it and expect it to work, but you do need some structure within which to grow and develop and change and evolve and whatever. Great point. That's what we talk about in this module the three Cs, which is curiosity, courage, and commitment. I'm not going to pretend that that's the only way to think about developing as a leader. Yeah, but it is sketchy. It is great. I love three letters or four letters. It really just helps me so much. I know three great letters. Three great letters. There is a lot in those. Those are three letters, but I think there's a lot that we can unpack there that speaks to giving us some structure for this process of evolving and growing as humans and as leaders. Yeah, one other thing I want to say, in addition to the complicated, messy, difficult, it's exciting, rewarding. Oh, yeah. Powerful, and when you hear about how you've impacted someone's life, giving them voice. How you've made change in a space, accomplished things through this journey, through this process, through these practices, it's just fantastic. That's the sweetness of it all, and that's probably why we engage in it and we study it, is for that. Those rewarding pieces that come along the way. Curiosity, courage, and commitment. Did I get that right? Did I get the three Cs? That three Cs, you learn the three Cs. Curiosity, courage, and commitment.