You see what people your age sees in a situation. When you look at a challenge, you see it based on the vehicle, in the business, and everything you’re in. An intern in college would see that business challenge, that marketing problem, or that that idea for a new product totally different from what an experienced colleague sees. You can leverage that and experience business growth from youth because tomorrow’s customers are today’s nineteen-year-olds. Tomorrow’s people buying the mega homes and the mega yachts are today’s nineteen-year-olds. We have to understand how these people think, walk, and tick because they’re influencing their parents and grandparents. Interns see problems differently and they see opportunities differently as well. They look forward and they’re not pickled with experience. If you’re not getting some young people, whether interns or full-timers, it’s time to do so.