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point on that, I would say, Definitely a lot of good has come. It has come from being a fan of greatness, but I would say try to be a fan of greatness, not a fan of the people. And the reason I say that is because what often happens is, when people get really into greatness, they go study these people and then they their end their net conclusion is. Wow, they're great and they're different than me and I they sort of like separate. It's almost like oh that's a different species. And there's a there's a way to do this that's better. Which is basically you take, you get entertainment and inspiration from them. And Station from them of the things that they do. But like, don't count yourself as something different treat yourself. Like, that's, that's you, you're them, you're no different than them. They are just like you, they're just made of the same things as you had the same doubts as you have the same insecurities as you had the same struggles as you and, and so, like, don't like create this divide of the great people and then you, because then it's counterproductive. Then every time you, you learn about their greatness, it reinforces this kind of like negative perception of yourself in. Ed. If you think about yourself just like them, then every time you learn about them, it creates a positive reinforcement about what you can also do.