I agree about as much as I can with a blanket statement. Obviously, context matters a lot, I think, in startups. One of the things that can often be done is Thio collaborate quickly before making a nef initial higher. What are the reasons is a lot of the decision variables for for a higher or the right employer candidate for a role really just boil down to one or two top things that that you need, uh, functions that you need to be accomplished and handled in The same thing applies to firing. If you can really focused on the fewest, um, high level things that need to be either happening or not happening, that helps make the qualification process faster. On the intake side, it's harder toe learn if someone truly meets those requirements or will fill those functions. And that's why it's just inherently a slower process where, as it may be more obvious on the on the out swing, whether those functions are duties there being fulfilled for what in the way that you need. So I think this is not something that necessarily, uh, maybe even needs to be understood and acted upon in a way that it sort of happens naturally. I don't think if it's forced one way or the other, it's really good outcomes. I would almost say this is something that when executed right, it just happens naturally and it's almost an observation rather than a forcing function.