Chris Butler: Like 3-4 time signature. Whether you do that with a piano or an accordion or spoon on a bucket, doesn’t matter. What-what matters is, is that, the basic structural recommendation is understood. And then you can be yourself around that. That’s it. That’s the only limitation but it’s-it’s center on the goal. You want people to dance, you want people to waltz, that’s what it’s gotta be.
Mark O’Brien: And then…what excites me about this is, is how use specifically are perfectly suited to do this. You know with the designed background from [inaudible 00:06:03] with you know, um real love of the art of design. Like you really get it and live it. And your..the way you’re dress is an example of it. Your house is an example of it.[crosstalk 00:06:15] Your desk is an example of it. You know it’s-it’s everywhere around you. Your notebooks that are full of these wonderful drawings are examples of it. But, you have been stooped and created the new [inaudible 00:06:24]perspective, as well.
Chris Butler: Which is a whatsapp database synthesis of all of us and the fact that I think what-what’s critical to our cultural and what I think ultimately if you have to distill it down, like what are we trying to share. If we’re making disciples right like lets-lets sorta take it out of the business context for a second which is really what we’re trying to do because it’s not likewe’re not selling a product.
Chris Butler: And we’re not selling a one time experience. We’re trying to change the way our client do things. Both now and forever. And that…for lack of more loaded term, that’s very much like discipleship and so, if we’re trying to make disciples of people, we all have to believe in this. Right?
Mark O’Brien: Right
Chris Butler: It can’t just be sorta like okay, by working with seven people at Nuvango do you kinda get this aggregate thing that none of us really believe but we’re all sorta (laughing) of part of it. All has to be govern by my love for results and like, you know being practically minded.