Absolutely. When I didn't make it for the [second] season of "Tough Enough" it was a huge setback. Especially when you come close to something and you fail, of course those thoughts run through your mind, like "Man, I wasted my time," and "I shouldn't have done that," and you start doubting yourself. But I think ultimately I knew that I wanted to be in sports entertainment, and at that point I figured, "Well, 'Tough Enough' was a great opportunity, and now that it's gone, I'll start training on my own, and if I have another chance to be on 'Tough Enough,' I'll do that. If not, I'll just try to get as good as I can on my own." I started training in Sacramento. And then Season 3 of 'Tough Enough' announced that they were going to have auditions not too long after Season 2 was over, so I figured I'd just reapply, and I ended up making it. Now I think that not making Season 2 of 'Tough Enough' was the best thing that could have happened to me.