If it's not, though, you need to go out of your way and think about how you want to be explicit or how you want to do specific things to drive the culture you want. I can think of a very good example, at Okta we went public on Friday, April 7, 2017. Not that I remember the date and the time but if I did, that's what it would be. Monday, April 10, 2017 was a Monday just like any other Monday for me. So I was on a sales call at 7:00 AM pacific time, I wanted to make it very clear, not only to myself, but to my organization and to those sales folks and to the executives around it. But even to the folks who are working every day with customers trying to find new customers, trying to find new prospects, Monday is just a day like any other. IPO, awesome, feel good about it. For the weekend, pat yourself on the back. Monday morning it's back to work. That, Josh, is just one example of leading from the front, of behaving the right way. But as the company grows, as things change, you also have to be flexible, you have to understand things are going to change within the company, within the people, within the leadership, and that's the things you have to get comfortable with.