Working Tuesday and Wednesday ended up working Saturday and Sunday, and quite frankly, I couldn’t tell you whether it was Friday or whether it was Sunday anymore, but I also believe it inherently built this great flexible work opportunity for people. And, you know, while people have this flexibility to take care of the family, take care of their health, but also take care of work.
I also saw a number of contractors who typically had, you know, one engagement. We’re now able to take on more opportunities to grow their businesses. And so I think it’s been a great opportunity just to rethink your current business model and to really pivot, to think outside the box and really go in and grow during these times. And as Jim’s shown, there are companies out there that are absolutely thriving, but those are the organizations that put the time and effort in to kind of look at this, but have also built in a business model that said, you know, whatever happens, we’ve got the flexibility and agility to kind of move depending on whatever the circumstances are.
And, you know, it’s just been a great opportunity to try different things. And those are companies invested in technologies have been able to thrive. And I think the independent contractors, similarly, those who have had the skills and the experience to kind of get through or been through these kind of downturns are kind of working their way through this and will come out the other side that much better.