You made a number of comments on networking in your presentation to us today. It's interesting, because the two ladies who came before you also made very critical comments on the importance of networking.
In different ways, both Ellen Moore and Tracy Redies indicated that networking is probably one of the single most important things you will do, no matter what career you undertake. One of them alluded to the fact that you have to be a self-starter on networking. There isn't a magic formula for a networking amount for the day.
How do you go about networking? Based on you comments, you're looking for the messiah of networking. Clearly these chief executive officers were telling us that there is no recipe for success, other than doing it yourself. Can you give us some examples of what you have done, in a very concrete, hands-on, practical way, to make yourselves more effective in the world?