I’m in the office and I do a bit of fieldwork, so I’ll go around, do inspections of the buildings, go to the bank, even do some construction work sometimes, I’m in the office doing counting work. Over the years I’ve learned a lot so wherever I’m needed, I’m usually there. I was very fortunate that I got it young. I started when I was 15, my dad handed me a sweep – or broom, sorry, and he said, you’re going to start here, and I want you to clean up this furnace room and at first I didn’t understand, like, you know, why am I here? Why am I doing this? But, looking back, I’m very happy cause, you know, I started with the rough work and now I’m in the office. Only recently that I started thinking about it seriously, once he started giving me more responsibility and I started seeing the big picture, I thought, you know, there really is a future in this for me. I get along with my dad at work so I thought we can definitely work together to sustain and grow the business in the coming years. His mentality was, if you can sweep a room properly, then I’ll give you something more important to do, and you build up slowly.