You obviously get it. We keep pushing faster and harder, not taking a pause to focus on true quality. When something is successful it urges people to go even faster. Take the Lularoe clothing company for example. The more success they achieved the more they became obsessed with quantity even though production quality dropped and consumers were returning damaged merchandise. They didn’t even blink, they kept going until their consultants started quitting. If they had paused when growth exploded and focused on improving what made them successful in the first place, they wouldn’t be facing multimillion dollar lawsuits. It’s sad how the go go go attitude ruins even the best things.