In an ancient country like China, seniors participate in meetings prudently. They don’t speak until the end. They have the last word. They are the “final boss”, they act like that and all the fellows know it. My role at Houser & Houser is very similar. The young people – because in this company, all of them, except me, are young and good ones – give me this respect not because my knowledge in the 2.0 world but because of my gray hair. But in the most important decisions, I have the last word. For example, when choosing the Christmas menu.