I certainly connected with the idea that your career can become all-important. I was aggressively pursing my career and that was my first priority, and I think my older son, Cameron, who’s 28 now, probably didn’t get the benefit of having me around that my two younger kids have. Now, I’ve sort of changed my priorities.
I also don’t mind being Mr. Mom. My wife is 25 years younger, and in the prime of her career, and I’m happy to give her as much space and time as she needs, especially as talented as she is.