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Andrew McCauley: In todays podcast we are going to talk about how to automate the financial parts of your business.

We are going to show you how to get rid of that receipt boxes forever and absolutely free up your time.

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Andrew McCauley: Hey, everybody! his is !ndrew "c#auley. Welcome to $odcast %o. &'. his is the fifth edition of our automate series, our little subseries in our podcast. We really hope that you are en(oying this information and getting some really good ideas out of it and how to really free up your time. I am going to introduce the lovely Heather $orter. Hey, Heather! Heather Porter: Hey, !ndrew! Hello, everybody! Welcome back. We are excited to have you and financials and money and all that stuff is a little bit of a tricky topic to talk about because I think a lot of us as entrepreneurs and business owners get bored or get overwhelmed or think )*h +od! I cant be bothered, and we are a little bit reactive to the situation. -o, this episode we are going to show some ama.ing tools and some things you guys can bring into your business to really free up your time and make your whole financial aspect in your business so much easier. Andrew McCauley: /eah, yeah. I think one of the important things is that so many people sort of if they dont understand something, they wont do it and financial is a big one and I think its the no. 0 factor1 the lack of understanding of financials is the biggest factor of businesses going belly up because people think they are doing a good (ob, they think they are business is going well but in reality they dont know what their figures are telling them and sometimes if you know your figures properly before that happens, then there is a good chance of survival but so many businesses dont survive. -o, we wanted to (ust talk about some of the tools that we are using, we have implemented in our business, some of the tools that some of our clients are using and (ust what are they using, how they are using them and what is it doing for them and how they can free up their time by using these tools because there are so many new tools coming out all the time and we wont cover all of the tools that are out there, thats for sure and there will be people who are listening to our podcast thinking )Well, I have got a better tool than that, and if you have, great, as long as you are using these tools. hats what we want people to do is (ust use something, make sure you are doing something thats freeing up your time. -o, lets kick into it but before we do it, as usual, we are going to find out what you were learning this week, what were you poking your little head around this week and discovering new. Heather Porter: I have been poking around my head in something called +oogle 2xperiments. his is the analytics experiments. -o, we have talked at length before about having +oogle !nalytics accounts for all of you guys to manage your website numbers and your stats and understand that. here is something in there called 32xperiments which allows you to basically set up goals and testing. -o, really you think of it like this, its simply this easy. /ou set up two versions of the home page of your website and +oogle randomly delivers one and then the other and then the other and then the other back and forth and back and forth and its testing to see under which page you get the best stats. -o, which page people
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stay on the longest, which page people opt in to your opt7in box on the most. -o, its a really cool system and all you need to do is get your web team or somebody 8 if you are a web designer as well, you could do this 8 two versions at least of your homepage is what we recommend and also a couple of versions of landing pages but this, !ndrew, I cannot believe how easy this thing is to use. I have been loving it. Andrew McCauley: /eah, I have had a look at it in the past. I havent done a lot with it myself personally but I know a lot of people who use it all the time and it is a really cool tool actually and, as you said, its easy to use. Heather Porter: Its easy to use and, guys, the thing is you can develop something that you think looks fantastic, no matter what it is in your business but the best thing you can do is to have the market tell you what they prefer and this is the easiest way of setting up different pages on your website and (ust 9uite simply letting the market to tell you what they prefer and then of course use that version going forward. Andrew McCauley: Hey, you know what I like about todays )What did we learn, section is that you are talking about a platform +oogle that everyone uses every day and sometimes you dont understand or you dont reali.e what other functionalities some of these everyday platforms can serve. +oogle is not (ust about search. Its not (ust about +mail. It has these other functionalities. What I learned this week was another large platform that I didnt know was doing this. I knew it was doing it but I didnt exactly how. -o, I dug into it a lot deeper this week and that is !ma.on and fulfillment. We spoke about fulfillment in a recent podcast and automating fulfillment. We spoke about fulfillment houses but what I dug into this week was all about !ma.on :ulfillment and how they operate as a fulfillment house for people selling stuff. We got a client thats looking at selling some stuff on !ma.on and using their fulfillment agency and once again its a pretty simple task to start selling items on !ma.on, almost having your own little store so to speak but its all through !ma.on. -o, you get all the traffic, you get all the value of people coming to a large site like !ma.on and, lets face it, they are one of the best e7commerce platforms around. ;uilding your platform on something like that is a really good way of doing some business if thats your business model. Heather Porter: Its interesting because one of the biggest barriers to entry on selling actual tangible goods is once you get the goods developed, whether you go and get them made in #hina or wherever how do you ship them out, how do you package them and ship them out. hat seems to be the thing that everybody cant figure out. -o, the fact that they have this available is 9uite ama.ing. I mean, what its saying to me is really anyone with a little bit of funding and a good idea can go and get some goods created and manufactured and then use something like this to actually distribute them. Andrew McCauley: Well, you know what, thats another misconception1 you dont need some funding. hese people out there who have created !ma.on -tores by going to their local shop and they are buying, lets say, discontinued items or some items that they can find cheaply at their local store. I am talking small items. It might be books, it might be #<s, it might be something that they can sell and take home with them in the car, they send it up to the !ma.on Warehouse and they put it up on !ma.on. %ow, once its sold, its sold. If it doesnt sell, !ma.on will send it back to your house.
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Heather Porter:

hats ama.ing.

Andrew McCauley: -o, these little things that you dont need to have a lot of. Heather Porter: I love it. -o, I guess the kind of the theme here is (ust every platform that exists, there are multiple ways of using it and not necessarily the top level thing that you go in knowing. -o, if you dig a little deeper and ask better 9uestions, you might be able to really start to use the advanced features of things 9uite easily. Andrew McCauley: /es, yeah. Well, lets see. I mean, I have always known that there is some ridiculous figure like 0=> to 0?> of a tool is never used and I am thinking like going back when electronic calculators were around and all the buttons that were on there, you would never use @?> of that stuff and its same about computers1 there is so much stuff on our computers these days or i$ads or i$hones that we (ust dont use because we dont know what it does, we dont know how to use it, we dont know why we should use it, so we dont use it and sometimes great discovering things that you have been so close and so near yet you havent actually seen it and its like opening a new door to a room and its like )Hey, this is pretty cool!, Heather Porter: -o, thats a good intro I think to what we are about to talk about because these tools, they are floating around all the time and I know you use a lot of these and we are starting to use more of them in our business. -o, by talking about these financial tools today and actually giving you guys some examples of how you can use them, I think you are going to find that its really easy about what we are going to share and you will get excited and how you can start to implement these in your business as well. -o, shall we move onA 4ets talk about our financial automation tools. Andrew McCauley: -o giving a 9uick overview of what we are going to talk about, we are going to talk about things like accounting, sales, bookkeeping, receipts and expenses 8 I think people fell off their chair when I said accounting 8 9uotes and proposals like how can you automate that sort of stuff and also some time tracking. I know we touched on that in our episode but we will dig a little bit deeper into time tracking in this episode. -o, lets get kicking off with some sales and talk about (ust some platforms that are out there to automate your sales. <o you want to kick us off with that oneA Heather Porter: -ure. -o, a big part of your financials of course is being able to have reporting with your sales and to make that easy, the best thing you can do is get a system that you are going to use to sell your services or products online that allows you to do reporting and what I mean by reporting is that you can find out who bought, you could actually run a reporters spreadsheet where you can find out who bought, what, what their history purchases are, you can do a date range and pull whats been purchased in that certain date range. %ow, we talked previously about *ne -hopping #art as an automated sales tool and thats for an online shopping cart system. hey have a fantastic reporting where whatever you want to report on an export into a spreadsheet, you can base on whats been sold. $ay$al even does this. I know a lot of people dont even know this but you can go into $ay$al and you can do exports of your transactions that have happened there as well but the idea here is that when you are creating your sales system as your thinking )How can I create this into report that I can use internally but I can also provide to my accountancy team or my bookkeeper literally at the click of a

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buttonA, -o, those are, I guess, a couple of mine and obviously we use *ffice !utopilot, we love *ffice !utopilot, it has good reporting as well. <o you know of any others as well, !ndrewA Andrew McCauley: I wasnt going to go into too many of them. I was (ust going to say that there are a number of them out there. here is a bunch of platforms out there but I think what you said is getting the reports that you want for your business is important. %ow, I was (ust following a thread on :acebook today about someone talking about two particular systems that they use or they were using. *ne of them wasnt doing what they wanted. -o, they left to go to this other platform and this other platform is (ust not doing what they want it to do and since then the first platform that they were on has now actually started implementing or put into practice what have these people wanted in the first place. -o, the issues was )-hould I leave this new one for the second time and go back to the old one or should I stayA, and it was all about why they wanted to leave was because it wasnt giving them the reports that they needed. Heather Porter: hat was key to have that, isnt itA

Andrew McCauley: hats right. -o, if you dont know what you are looking for in a platform then maybe start with )What do I really want to see, what sort of reporting do I need, what sort of reports do my accountants need, and what sort of reports does myB, here are lots of financial tools out there. 4ets say you are in !ustralia and you might buy a financial tool but it doesnt report on +- or C! if you are in the DE, there is no point buying that financial tool. -o, (ust check what tool does what for you because there is no point buying a tool if it doesnt do the right thing. Heather Porter: !nd the easiest thing you guys can do to do is if you are shopping around for systems, a lot of these websites like say *ffice !utopilot, for example, they have a live chat feature right there on their homepage. #lick on that and have a list in front of you of everything that you want the system to do for you and (ust ask the 9uestions one after another until you get all the answers that you need and then go to the next one and then ask the same 9uestions over there. hey also have their helpdesk, their ticketing systems, and their phone numbers. -o, really get on the phone with these guys. hey are there to help. hey know their systems and they will be able to offer that advice to you. Andrew McCauley: /es, yes, okay. -o, thats sales and that sort of stuff. %ow, anything, Heather, you want to add for sales side of thingsA Heather Porter: %o, no, (ust make sure you have your reports. Andrew McCauley: We are going to touch on that. We are going to talk about automation like the thing about what the connection is, is that when you sell something online, these reports are automatically generated1 you dont have to go and enter the data. I think thats a key piece that maybe we havent said is that its all good selling something but if you got a system where you have to take the sales, grab the receipt, grab your invoices and then manually enter them into some sort of data component that puts it into a report, then you are missing the boat. What we are talking about is we dont want you to touch any of that. We (ust want you to be able to do what you do best, let the website or let your shopping cart take the money, process it, put it all together in a report and send it to you and your accountant when you need to. -o, thats a key thing is you want to make sure that thats all automated. hats the biggest part of it. We dont want you
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(ust getting a list of your sales and then manually entering it into *ne -hopping #art because you can do that with anything. -o, the reason we talk about *ne -hopping #art is because it does all of that for you as an automated product. Heather Porter: /eah, well said. -o, now moving on from there and now that you have your sales reports, we are now going to move one to invoicing, I suppose, invoicing and actually where can you can keep track of movement in your financials, the incoming and the outgoing of your business. I know we have a few tools we can talk about right now which is 9uite cool. We would like to give you guys a few different suggestions so you can research them and find out which one might work best for you and as !ndrew said earlier you probably have something as well or some of you might that you are using that we are not even going to talk about and thats cool because there are so many of them that we are not going to share all of them today. Andrew McCauley: /eah. -o, I guess the first one and its a big one right now is :reshbooks. :reshbooks is a platform that you can do all your accounting on. Its cloud based. -o, what cloud means is that your information doesnt live on your computer, it doesnt live on your i$ad1 it lives on the Internet. %ow, a lot of people and I hear this still commonly all the time is aF )What is #loudA, or bF )Is it safeA, because putting all my data up there is it safeA #loud computing is becoming safer and safer all the time. Its really, really important for it to be safe because so much data is stored on the cloud. -o, it is very, very safe and you will find that many of these companies that run cloud7based software have to go through a stringent 8 they need to for their own sake 8 go through a stringent privacy and security setup so that they dont have breaches. -o, :reshbooks does cloud accounting and it means that you can on the go, lets say you are a consultant, you are out and about, you are dealing with a customer somewhere, you can get at your i$ad or your i$hone and (ust punch in their invoice, you can send them an invoice from where you are at, you can do some accounting on the go. -o, its a very good tool, very good for D-7based companies and #anadian companies. here is a few limitations for !ustralian companies and the DE. here are some reporting aspects that it doesnt do. It does most of the accounting for you. -o, it does all that1 it (ust doesnt do some of the reports that you may need like you C! s and that sort of things but know that its a very, very good tool if you have got a small business and you (ust need to keep track of whats going on, on a regular basis. Its good and 9uick and nimble to actually be able to do that on the go. Heather Porter: /eah and I like how professional the invoicing is, the whole invoicing part of that I suppose. Its (ust really beautifully done. It is very clean and it has your logo and the system emails out the invoice, somebody can (ust click a button from their email and go in and pay you whether its by your payment gateway like a credit card or from $ay$al and the system itself also if you havent paid your invoice, it will send you another one, it will actually send you a follow7up one and say your invoices are overdue. hat in and of itself, I think, is a massive time saver because as a small business owner you can get really overwhelmed and busy building your business and if you have a system behind the scenes, (ust ticking along on autopilot doing this for you, its ama.ing. -o, I love that part of it. Andrew McCauley: It logs expenses invoicing, puts in a little file format so you can send it to your accountant and your accountant will say )Hey, thats great. /ou have kept of being up7to7date, and you wont have headaches trying to work out where things are. -o, thats :reshbooks.
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Heather Porter: #ool. -o, lets talk about a couple of different options that are similar to that. I know there is that is also out there called Harvest and what was the domain for thatA Andrew McCauley: /ou can go to www.+etHarvest.com. It does time tracking and its powerful. /ou know a little bit more about it than I do. <o you want to give a 9uick rundownA Heather Porter: /eah. 4ook, (ust a similar sort of thing where again, like you said, time tracking, it does the invoicing, the automation of the invoicing and (ust reporting and tracking of your incomings and outgoings in your business. -o, similar sort of thing in :reshbooks. "y understanding is its not as robust, it doesnt have as many options and I believe its a little cheaper as well. Andrew McCauley: /eah, it has multicurrency support. -o, you can invoice in different currencies if you want to do that. /ou can also set up recurring invoices, online payments, automated reminders. /ou only have to do that at once and Harvest will set that up for you and remind you on an ongoing basis. -o, if you have got monthly ongoings, then it will help you do that sort of stuff too. Heather Porter: hese are great systems for any of you that are consultants that are on a retainer and coaches as well and you have your ongoing monthly fee, its a brilliant system for that because you (ust plug it in at once at the beginning and it will take care of the rest. $ay$al has that sort of subscription thing, that automation thing but you have to send somebody to a button in $ay$al and then sometimes the payment defaults and its (ust trickier in $ay$al to manage that. -o, a system like this is great. Andrew McCauley: /eah, definitely, definitely. *ne other one thats good and we are actually switching to this one ourselves and thats www.Gero.com. It does all that sort of stuff. he reason why we are switching is because we have got our business based in !ustralia, we are looking for specific !ustralian accounting and reporting and its being used by a lot of people out there, our accountant prefers it. -o, we are going with his recommendation. *nce again, it does a lot of that sort of stuff. We do it on the go, he gives us reports, and it (ust makes it easy for us to maintain. -o, thats Gero, thats (ust another one. Heather Porter: hats Gero.

Andrew McCauley: /up. Heather Porter: +ood one. %ow, here is the thing and this is my biggest arcane thing that I still need to sort out with myself. I love this tool, I need to start using it. Heceipts 8 paper receipts, all those pieces of paper floating around. What, !ndrew, you have discovered is an ama.ing tool for managing these. Andrew McCauley: I discovered this a couple of months ago and its called www.-hoeboxed.com. -hoeboxed being a shoebox representing a shoebox full of receipts and a lot of people have boxes full of receipts or bags or satchels of receipts and stuff. his is a pretty cool site. It does a couple of things. *ne is that if you are familiar with %etflix in the D- 8 I am not sure if ;lockbuster are still doing this1 I know your ;igpond were doing it for a while in !ustralia where you could hire movies and they would send them to you in an envelope. <o they still do thatA <o you still have sort of a company doing that in !ustralia nowA

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Heather Porter: hats a very good 9uestion. 2ven though I am a movie buff, I dont use those tools. he biggest things I have noticed in !ustralia are the boxes where you go into the grocery stores and then you kind of plug in your money and those things. Andrew McCauley: /eah, yeah. Well, %et:lix over here, they do an envelope, you order your movie online, it gets deliver the next day, you watch it and you send it back in an envelope. What -hoeboxed does is a similar thing except it doesnt send you receipts1 it lets you put receipts to an envelope and then you send it to a warehouse, it scans the envelope, it knows that its yours and it actually digiti.es all of your receipts. -o, it puts it all together, files and tags them, puts them into a spreadsheet for an accountant to deal with later but it knows thats yours and it puts all the information right there. If you are getting receipts on an email, you can (ust forward, you have your own email address at -hoeboxed and you (ust forward all the receipts you get straight to your -hoeboxed account, they take it, they put all into a -preadsheet and deal with it for you that way. -o, its an awesome way to deal with receipts. /ou can also, if you dont want to go and send them through the mail, you can take a photo with your phone of a receipt, it actually digiti.es it and once again it sticks it into a file and you are done with that receipt. -o, there is a lot of cool apps out there like mobile apps and we are not going to get into today with mobile apps but (ust know that there is a whole bunch of resources that lets you do all these sort of cool stuff to really save your time because I know what I am like with the receipts and when I am good, I am good but when I am bad, I (ust forget about them and thats not what I want to do. -o, thats -hoeboxed. Heather Porter: I love it and I will be getting in to do that, yes. Andrew McCauley: -hoeboxed is available in !ustralia and the D-. Heather Porter: *kay. Andrew McCauley: -o, yeah, its (ust great. Heather Porter: %ow a big thing too after receipts, we talked about invoicing and we talked about the receipts but a big part of financials is your proposals, like obviously getting your clients on and you want to take really good care of potential new clients with clean professional delivery of your proposals thats easy to understand and also for you to know if they have read it as well as a business owner so you can (ump in and help out if they havent. We have discovered an incredible tool that we are in the midst of setting up for our business as well called Iuote Holler. %ow, !ndrew, tell me a little bit more about Iuote Holler. Andrew McCauley: Iuote Holler is excellent if you are doing a lot of 9uotes or proposals if you are service based and you need to give someone a price for work thats coming up. -o, what it does is you basically log in to your account, you fill in the details of your new client, you put their 9uote information in there, it saves it as a template, you can use that information again. -o, if you are doing the same (ob for a lot of people, lets say you are a pool contractor, you are building pools and a lot of the same sort of stuff is there. Without having to reinvent the wheel, you put all the stuff on Iuote Holler, you send it out once. If you get another (ob later, you can (ust take that information and it automatically inserts into a new 9uote so you dont have to spend time retyping it all up. Its a pretty cool tool. hen, as you said, it actually tracks analytics and lets you know, lets say you 9uote maybe J to 0= pages long. -o, you may have an 3!bout Ds page, you may
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have some 3$ricing pages, you may have some 3<etails pages, you may have some 3*verview pages. -o, it tells you how long people read each page. Heather Porter: !ma.ing. Andrew McCauley: his is pretty cool because if you know that people spend all their time on the price page, then is the other stuff even needed or if they are looking at the 3!bout Ds page, does it mean that they are looking for more information about you to reassure them that you are the right person for the (ob. -o, it can give you some really, really good information and analytics about your particular 9uote. It also lets you save time by (ust, as I said, creating in advance and it also keeps track of who won and who didnt. -o, you can see actually how many proposals are getting accepted and how many are getting out beat. Heather Porter: /ean and in a high growth part of your business when you are doing a lot of proposals, its important that you keep track of whats going out and the responses coming back from people as well so you are able to follow up easily. -o, to have something thats all in one place like this where its done professionally and like !ndrew said there is tracking is an ama.ing tool. !gain, for some of you guys that are selling stuff (ust strictly online, this is probably not going to be your thing but for those of you that are service based, like we said, that have potentially the need of having custom packages done out for people, this is a great tool for that. Andrew McCauley: ! couple of other things about these tools is they also synch with a bunch of other great tools. -o, Iuote Holler syncs with Gero. -o, I am very happy to know that. If you are using :reshbooks it syncs with :reshbooks, it syncs with ;asecamp. -o, if you are using ;asecamp for pro(ect management sort of stuff, it syncs with that as well and it syncs with Harvest. here is a number of other ones that it syncs with it as well. -o, it (ust means that everything can come together in a seamless operation. -o, think of this 8 you go out and put a 9uote together, the 9uote syncs with ;asecamp because thats your pro(ect management system so you dont even have to go and spend time putting your pro(ect together because it sucks to that of Iuote Holler and then Iuote Holler goes and syncs with your :reshbooks account so that when the (ob is awarded through Iuote Holler, it gets automatically integrated and then invoice gets to sent out to the person via your :reshbooks. $retty cool stuff. Heather Porter: I (ust have one 9uestion. Hey, guys out there listening, are you still with us because this might have (ust popped up your head off. !ctually, how cool is that, !ndrewA his is like when you get to this level 8 and I know that it takes setting up time and getting some of these systems in place 8 but when they all are talking together in the right way, it is literally like you click a button and you have a report and you can have a login for your accountant and he goes and he gets what he needs and then your bookkeeper, whoever it isB Its an incredible thing because suddenly you are not working out of boxes anymore of receipts1 you are working out of a fully integrated ama.ing system. Andrew McCauley: 2xactly, yeah, yeah. Heather Porter: I love it. Andrew McCauley: -o, these are some of the cool tools. *ne of the final ones I think we want to talk about before we wrap up this podcast is "inutedock. "inutedock is good for time tracking. We spoke about time tracking in a recent
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episode as well but "inutedock lets you organi.e your time tracking. -o, if you need to track your time working on a pro(ect, lets say you bill per hour, you may be a legal person, you may be a secretary, or you may be a freelancer that gets paid by the hour, then "inutedock is a great tool as well. www."inutedock.com lets you track your time, puts it together, sends out invoices as well. Its another cool tool. -o, if you are looking for something to help you track time, "inutedock amongst others is one of the ones that is being pretty highly recommended as well. Heather Porter: ;rilliant! Wow! I think we got our bases covered. Andrew McCauley: I think we have pretty much. %ow, before we wrap up, a couple of shout7outs to some reviewers for us leaving us a five stars. If you want to leave us a five star review on i unes, please do that. We would love to hear your five7star review. -o, this week we have got K$ Kohn. K$ Kohn has left us five stars. hank you, K$ Kohn. We have also got the <anish ;lue. he <anish ;lue is leaving us five stars. Heather Porter: ;rilliant. Andrew McCauley: hank you for that, you guys. can we find more information, HeatherA hats awesome. Where else

Heather Porter: hey can head on over to www.!utopilot/our;usiness.com6$odcast and that is our podcast website. We have all sorts of resources. %ow, each and every episode that we film, we have show notes and in those show notes we have links to the resources and tools we have talked to. -o, even if you are (ust coming onboard with us right now, head on over there, check out the different resources that we have on there. We have a 3Hesources page as well. here is so much good stuff on that website that we would highly recommend you have a little look. Andrew McCauley: -peaking of resources, you know what, we have actually put a resource guide together for this series. Heather Porter: We have. Andrew McCauley: !nd if you want to find out all of this resources we are talking about in one nice easy guide, where can they get thatA Heather Porter: hey can head on over to www.!/;+uide.com and it is incredible. !ctually, !ndrew put this together for you guys. He has done a beautiful (ob and it has all the automation tools that we are talking about in this current series with more information about each and links directly to their websites. -o, hop on over there. Andrew McCauley: www.!/;+uide.com. -o, check it out, leave us a review too while you are there. /ou will see a little page that says )4eave us review., -o, do that as well. !lright, Heather, is there anything else that we need to cover before we wrap it upA Heather Porter: hats it, !ndrew. hat is all we have today for all of you listeners from all over the world and we really as always appreciate you tuning in and having a listen. Andrew McCauley: hank you very much. 4ook forward to connecting with you. 4eave us a review. +ive us a shout7out. -end us an email. Koin us on www.!/;-ocial.com1 thats our social sites too.
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Heather Porter: /es, that would be great to see you there. Andrew McCauley: episode. !lright, guys, take care. We will talk to you in the next

Heather Porter: ;ye guys.

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