I didn’t go along with the cash-shredding of [the dot-com boom]. I didn’t take venture capital, hire 200 people, and spend money like crazy. I had the mentality of, “I don’t care if I’m running a lemonade stand or a dot-com, it’s the same thing. How much do the lemons cost and how much are people buying? Maybe I’d better find some cheaper lemons or make less lemonade. Maybe I need to improve the quality of my lemonade.”