But I bet that we will outwork you. This, along with Breier's intentional focus not on the output but the process was striking to me. It's easy to get caught up in the deliverables and selling points that you put on a resume or bring up in an interview. Returning the focus not only to the work, but to the people your work is centered on was a reminder I needed. A good leader doesn't focus on what they can get out of something, but what they can bring to it and it's easy to lose sight of that. Creating an intentional, explicit culture at an organization that is based on the truly important aspects of one's work is an invaluable need to acknowledge and realize. Breier really has the important things in mind, which speaks volumes to his leadership game.