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Episode 216: Questions About Business from Real Entrepreneurs with Coach Ross Temple


In our Birmingham leg of the recently concluded The Business Machine Business Coaching Event, Big Business Events Founder Adam Stott and Big Business Events head coach Ross Temple answered questions from participants who attended the 3-day event.

Business owners took turns in asking the hard and real questions that can make or break any business—from turning online advertising into profit, finding the right connections and network, building a business with the right people, and the struggles in eCommerce marketing, to fighting the work slump and going out of your comfort zone.

The Business Machine is a 3-day business coaching event exclusively for entrepreneurs and business owners who want to grow their business in their respective fields by getting personal advice, tips, and tricks from business coach Adam Stott and other industry experts.

Show Highlights:

  • How to manage time more effectively
  • The cheapest average cost per lead on Facebook and Instagram
  • How to deal with feeling overwhelmed in business
  • To reach B2B clients
  • How to find investors for business
  • How to start selling own products using own brand
  • My experience in the television program Rich House, Poor House
  • How to expand your team to build a business
  • How to stop procrastinating
  • When to leave the comforts of your full-time job
  • The best way to organise your day
  • The best way to get coaching clients
  • How to know who your coaching clients should be
  • Three things I value most in my business
  • The main aspect to focus on when starting a business using The Business Machine model
  • How to give birth to your business
  • Is offering finance options to customers a good option

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Transcript:

Please note this is a verbatim transcription from the original audio and therefore may include some minor grammatical errors.

Adam Stott:

Hi everybody Adam Stott here. Thanks for checking out my podcast business grow secrets, you’re absolutely in the right place. This podcast is going to reveal to you all of the secrets that you’ve been looking to discover. They’re going to allow you to cure your cash flow problems, obtain more clients, bring in more leads for your business, and create systems and processes that give you the growth that you want. You are going to discover the business growth secrets you have been looking for that I’ve used to sell over 15 million pounds worth of products and services on social media, and help clients everywhere to grow their businesses on demand. So let’s get started on the business growth secrets podcast.

Adam Stott:

We start right at the back, we go around that way. So give her a big round of applause. Stand up and share your question nice and loud.

Speaker:

So my question is how to manage your time wisely? I’m always busy, but I’m actually busy doing nothing. I don’t get anything done for 01:17.

Ross Temple:

So the thing is 01:20 so busy doing nothing. And the reason being is you’re not bringing structure to the data 01:17 you prioritize your time, the night before many of you’ve gone two days, and you’re just attacking the data. What’s happening is you’re reacting you’re not responding. Responding means when you’re in control, do you need to set a free turbo call? Every night before you start the day and say tomorrow? What’s a successful day look like? What three things can I do in order for me to achieve that day, and that way doesn’t keep you trapped?

Adam Stott:

Well, to be honest, Ross Temple has answered the question perfectly for you. One of the things that one of my first mentors, Michael Ball, and I was the most horrendously organized person you’ll ever meet in your life I worked for to this point. And he was my boss, he was a real disciplinarian. And I was really, really good with the customers really good with the clients and really good at sales good at all of that, as horrendous at managing my time. But I never, you know, I was really bad.

He just called me and he said, right, this is a situation Adam, you sell the most, but we are we’re not going to lay his work in this business, the way you’re doing it, you need to change. So we’ll tell you what to do or what to do. There’s like 19 at the time. And he said, what Ross just told you exactly, what a soldier to write was, you got a choice. You even never leave this business, and go home until you know exactly what you’re doing the next day, or you get in early, and you have a plan for what we’re going to do for during the day said that is the one thing and you have to write it down, you have to make sure that you have a written plan.

How many of you got my planner, I mean, you got my planner, raise your hand, if you got it, I created this planner, which some of you will have even though you’re not putting your Hands up, right, because we gave some of these were on the webinars. Literally, it’s got a thing called time blocking in it. What that means is you literally block out the time for your task, or what you’ve got, though, and I never run out of time, time isn’t a problem for me. I manage multiple businesses and have 15,000 clients, I still don’t run out of time and I send people out from school. And I still have him a weekend. I don’t have any problems with time, because I’m organized. So it’s about planning, and it’s about realizing it’s a weakness.

But if you realize your weakness, you need to do what you just did and ask for help. And that’s a good tip. Ross has given us what I would say, okay, so start planning it out and start looking at your timings. All right, good stuff. Next one.

Speaker:

What is the cheapest average cost per lead you can get on Facebook and Instagram, 03:38 teach me to do as well.

Adam Stott:

Cost per lead doesn’t really matter. All right, the thing that matters is the cost per acquisition. Okay, how much does it cost you to get a sale? Right? That’s what matters. Because once you’ve got that number, so I’ll give you an example. Let’s say in advertising spend, it costs you 100 pounds to get a sale. Right? And you sell something for a tenner? How much have you made or lost? Is that good? Not bad, right? It’s really bad. Okay, what if it costs you 100 pounds to get to sell and you sold something that was 10,000 pounds? So good. Okay, how much you made?

The only thing that matters is the return on investment. That’s what I’m trying to demonstrate to you. You need to work out what is your cut, when you create wealth, by anyone in this room, I don’t care where you’re at now, I don’t care where you’re starting from, you will create wealth for your businesses and for you personally when you can learn to buy clients when you can buy clients is the easiest thing in the world can build a business. Alright, so the number you got zoned in on these? What’s your cost per acquisition? How much is it costing you to get a client to buy your product or service? Right? And how much return on investment do you make? And then we’ll do more on this tomorrow where we look at the front end or back end incomes.

Alright, so zoned in on that. So I’m asking you a question back. You need to know that number, okay? Because the cost will lay them out, you can get leads for a pound. But if it takes you 100 leads 100 bad leads for you to sell one, your cost per acquisition is 100 quid, you could get leads for 10 pounds, right? And you only need two to sell one then your cost per acquisition is 20 quid 05:17 I mean, the cost per lead doesn’t really matter. It’s the cost per acquisition, that’s the fastest way to create wealth, right? 05:23 right? You what how many you do want to become a millionaire in this one? Okay, seriously? Yeah. So a lot of you’re not raising your hands. That’s okay. We don’t listen to this bit that, right?

If you want to become a millionaire in this room, and you want to make millions of pounds, there’s only one thing you need to do. You need to turn advertising into profit. And you will become a millionaire. As soon as you can spend money on advertising, and make more money back. And let me tell you, that is exactly how I became a millionaire by turning advertising into profit. All right, I see all of it. Okay. And you do exactly the same. Soon as you work out, how do I buy clients? Profitable, right? You have as many as you want.

Speaker:

06:02 your business to 06:04 evaluate the business 06:10 15 assets that sometimes we build in a new way as well, and sometimes I have so much to do, I get overwhelmed 06:18 and I don’t do anything 06:20.

Adam Stott:

When you get in overwhelmed, that’s where I think coaching comes in. If you seriously, I’ve got too much going on, when you’re growing a business like that, and you’ve got 15 06:29, you’ve got clients, you’ve got people to look after you need somebody to bounce your ideas off, because your brain will be overloaded. You need to be able to say to someone, right, this, and this is where I’m at, I’m just not doing anything, because it just got too much going on. I don’t know where to start. And the answer will come within 15 seconds, right? Bang, do this and you know, thank God, and then you’ll get on with it, and you won’t overwhelm, that’d be the easiest way out of it. So I would say coaching would help you.

Ross Temple:

So this is not a secret strategy, you’ve implemented the strategy before we’ve got you to the success 06:58, you’re now going to carry on that success 07:01 case 07:03. And that way, you’ve always got that that’s going to keep you accountable, we’ll keep you on track. And most importantly, she got some headspace, 07:11 which is 07:15.

Speaker:

How to reach B2B customers likely to be fine 07:20.

Adam Stott:

Okay, so it was B2B, one of the fastest easiest ways is list-buying, it depends what resources you’ve bought, or potentially gone by a list of the target audience that you want, right? I would then either use that list within social media for retargeting, and marketing to those people. Or I would use that list to put people on the phones to call them and prospects them. So ours will be list buying when it’s B2B. Or, again, using social media advertising, and build your own list of incoming inquiries.

Ross Temple:

07:47 with clients, we work very closely, once you implemented the strategy, and part of that strategy was literally send an email out to be face and get on the phone chases up the mouth, send you the details over and make enough connections proven that relations as part of the strategy.

Adam Stott:

Your list binds really, you can go and get. So this works really well. When you’ve got a you know who your ideal client is, they say that you are B2B, for software businesses, well, you just can’t buy a list of every software business in the countries that you operate in, which are all there, you can buy that list, and then go and prospect that list, and you get the clients that you want, because you get to message the right person. But great marketing is getting the right message to the right person at the right time. That’s what great marketing is. And it helps we start with the right person.

Speaker:

08:31 which is going to help kids working 8:36. So many people in the country, I have a great brand. I have 08:43 my own money. Currently, I’m looking for the investors and the contacts. Can you help me?

Ross Temple:

Yeah, so this is all about what we said in the beginning, assuming your success equals your circle, you have to become part of the right circle, that’s going to give you access to the exclusive network, give you those connections, and most importantly, put you in front of those people that can really have an influence, you really got to start to work out who’s got access to my marketplace, or circle going to be part of and that’s what’s going to accelerate things for you otherwise, and talks about these 09: 19 machines.

You’re going to go out there trying to speak to everyone trying to attract everyone, not everyone in your market, work out who your market is work out who has access to your market and then approach those people the current part of the right circle get exclusive network connections, and that will make the boom for you.

Adam Stott:

Absolutely. What we need to Ross Temple exactly right focus in on who could benefit from being a part of what you do. Right, who could benefit you want to be there’s no point in just going everywhere you go going I need an investor and hoping that someone in this room sounds wrong at all I’ll invest in you. Just don’t worry about that. What you need to do is the right message to the right person, okay, somebody that cares. Somebody who’s got a joint mission, you know, and potentially you know, when we know more about the idea, we might be able to introduce you to that type of person that is viable. Yeah, absolutely.

Speaker:

10: 08 spend a lot of money on certain 10:10 products salon. But with online, I’m struggling to 10:16 sell cheaper online.

Ross Temple:

Yeah.

Speaker:

So how would I go down the route of maybe trying to buy 10:22 a brand?

Ross Temple:

What kind of brand?

Speaker:

Like shampoos, 10:26 styling products?

Adam Stott:

How would you go down the route?

Speaker:

Yeah, I was thinking, because I’m not really making a profit on it.

Adam Stott:

Yeah. So you’re selling somebody else’s product.

Speaker:

Yeah. Yeah. 10:38

Adam Stott:

It’s the same journey as anyone who you have to start the business, you can’t win the 10:46, and you go on that journey, right, or come up with a name wanting to be here. And then you need to go out and test the ingredients, look at the packaging, and get the ball rolling. And there’s quite a few things to do. But the payoff will be bigger in the end, if you do create your own brand. And it will be the other way around. Right?

Again, so that we can help you the specifics of that. But you know, the starting blocks are your website, randomize your own brand name, that kind of stuff done, you know, actually get a vision for all the products that you want to do. Think about who will buy your products? Your target market, we can build a product and resonate with people. And then we got the product.

Speaker:

11:24 Have you enjoyed doing the chance 11:26?

Ross Temple:

Yeah, I loved it. Yeah, I really enjoyed it. We had a really good time, actually spoke to the producers yesterday, and I’m filming a follow up show to him for weeks. So we’re actually going to go and we’re going to see the kids whose business we showed her kitchen is a big part in our kitchen, we’re going to show the development of the business. So she’s done really well. Yeah, I love that show. I really enjoyed the filming. Is that what you mean? Yeah, I really enjoyed the filming process. I’ve done that before I did a show a few years before called Million Pound Motors show people don’t know and I was on tally as well, actually.

Ross Temple:

But I really enjoyed the process of this one much more. Because we were like all over the place who’s one minute us here. There’s a lot of stuff film that you never saw in a lot, a lot of stuff. It could have been like a long, long, long, long episode. But it was good. It was fun. And she was lovely. And I think it was nice, you know, it’s really rewarding.

Speaker:

When I first started my business, I kind of got a business partner got a bit stuck with that. So now when I’m looking to expand again, how is the best way to get people working with me and building the business without taking on a partner or giving away control of the business?

Adam Stott:

You know, obviously, I don’t know the business, but any business to grow at some point, you’re going to have to build a team. I think this is one thing that a lot of people don’t do. Because they get them they’d rather have a partner or they want some safe and 12:42. But for business owners succeed, you need to be a leader. And you need to lead people because you can’t do everything by yourself. So you need to hire people, you need to bring the right people into work view, a view that starts off with the 80s. Even if it starts off with part timers. Now you have to bring people into the business you have to show them how you want things done and build up.

Ross Temple:

When you do that that build a culture.

Adam Stott:

Yeah.

Ross Temple:

Strong culture is understood. When your business emotionally we should set standards that people can operate.

Speaker:

My 13:12 answer this for me, I’m in a slightly different position to a lot of people even though I’m probably a lot further back in the process. So.

Adam Stott:

By the way, everyone thinks that. How many of you for that today? Raise your hands honestly. 13:24.Everybody thinks that. So no, you’re not but carry on?

Speaker:

How do I stop procrastinating and step out of my safety zone? Which is the fact that I work full time in a profession which pays well. So 13:36.

Adam Stott:

What do you want to do my day? What’s your goal?

Speaker:

I want to get into property development, and build property portfolio. And progress, and then I work alongside with them in trouble as well.

Adam Stott:

Sometimes we have these stories that we tell ourselves and we come up with the same words and the same things like I’m really bad at procrastinating, I’ve got more Patreon, so don’t want to leave. And what you’re doing is you’re stacking your story. So instead of just having one reason as to why we can’t do same again, right? That reason this or this reason as well on top, and this reason, and this reason, and this reason, and this reason, and this reason, and the reason we’re stuck in this story is because we know that we’re really afraid to make that late. Alright.

And if we just have one reason, we can probably overcome it. So instead of us overcoming it, what we’ll do is kind of another reason, and another reason. And another reason, another reason, and now it’s not well can’t possibly because I’ve got all these reasons. So I got loads, and that’s called like stocking story.

How many have ever done that before? Okay, a few of you might have, right. So we need to go work on that and see where that’s coming from. And it’s probably deeper work is actually deeper where you get into it and you say, right, okay, why do we feel like this? Like, what is it, we go back? Why do we actually feel that this is something that we keep coming up with? Or why do we keep getting here? Because we’ve got to change the pattern, right? Because a lot of us will have patterns of things that we do.

So I would suggest that what I would say is a real good thing for you. But the other thing I will say is like become now aware and start asking yourself a question back. So what does that really mean? But what does it really mean? Ask yourself that question. When you say I’m procrastinating, what does that really mean? And you ask yourself the question, write it down and start to like, try and understand what you’re doing there. Because I think this is one of the worst positions to be in, even when it’s not in a bad way.

Hope I’m just trying to help, okay, is worse, it should have been his burning desire to do more and succeed. Loads of reasons why he can’t do it. Well I can’t think of any way worse than being there. Because then you never got 15:32 and you’re just buying us like, you want it. You want it bad. But you’re not going to do it. How you want it, but you want to buy but now I’m not going to do it.

Ross Temple:

15:41

Adam Stott:

Yeah, exactly. Time flies.

Speaker:

My question was similar to the lady that just spoke. And I feel that the reason why I can’t Oh, well, I feel I cannot take that step is because of all the bills will be going straight from having income to pay all my bills, etc, almost like a comfort, being in a comfortable position to pay all my bills, etc. And just going to.

Adam Stott:

The answer to your question is because that’s a genuine concern. A genuine fear is I think that remember, where does all we all start? All business starts or grow starts by you working on you worked on the mindset, right? To do one or two things you’ve worked on your mindset, okay, you say, right, it’s not possible for me to leave my full time job. But I presume you want to make some more money. Is that right? Presumption? Yeah. So when we go and start a side, hustle that we can work around our job, and we start earning money on that side hustle, and then either side, hustle overtakes the job, and we can leave the job and just do the side hustle, right? That’s the other way. Make sense? So you need a side hustle, you can build around.

Ross Temple:

16:45 things remained the same. Even now, how would you feel?

Speaker:

I feel really bad because I’d really like to leave my job.

Adam Stott:

Okay, 16:54 was different and asking questions.

Ross Temple:

And that’s what’s happened to that. And sometimes we might have a fire going towards something or away from that pain, we’re going to feel if you don’t make the changes, if we don’t take the action. If you don’t embrace opportunity, you’re going 17:07 to have a little more 17:08 support.

Speaker:

I appreciate that every day is different. But just looking at those turbo tasks that you talked about, do you include in that your three hours of marketing?

Adam Stott:

The three tasks that Ross is talking about? Is the three things that you must do that day? Right now, if I really feel like markings or masks that day, that would include the marking stuff. If it’s not a mask that day, there’s not say, so I had a webinar called market and my goings, I had to do it. So I had an event that mark and Mike going to do it, right. But if it didn’t have sunlight on it might be something else.

It might be financial, it might be contacting my 17:43, and it might be something to do with his filming or whatever, whatever it is, is the three most important things. Alright. But every single day, you got three things, right? If I do these three things, no matter what else happens, why do these three things I can pass this test successful? That’s the way you you write them.

Speaker:

And then they seem to have like, 15 of the 18:03.

Adam Stott:

But then you got to say, are these 15 things? What are the three things that if I did them, I will feel successful today, and then you get momentum? And then when you’ve done those three things like calm, powerful, and you do the other 12 anyway, she’s right. It’s all about psychology. That’s what I’m trying to say she’s not right. So that is that you will burn through things. When you learn to get those free things now, then you just be like, right, I’m unstoppable. We need to do is learn to keep your word to yourself. Right?

That’s what I’m trying to teach you there is like, right, I keep my word to myself, I say I’m going to do this, you can 100% be assured I’m going to do it always 18:37 do saying I do it. Right. And that’s like, if I don’t apologize for it, or whatever, but I will always if I do it. I’m going to do it. I’ll hold myself accountable. And that’s about teaching yourself like these three things I’m going to do and then the other 12 are not permissible not in that born if you find but if you’re not going to they’re important. But it turns out, it’s your 18:54 mentality of I have to get every single job complete, because otherwise my boss can tell me Oh, yeah, what boss anymore? You’re the boss. Yeah. So there you go. Right? Okay. Oh, man.

Ross Temple:

If you go to coaching, where the best place to focus your energy on generating leads,

Adam Stott:

Okay, is that we do?

Ross Temple:

Those some are looking into to kind of an off-ramp from what to do to just to generate.

Adam Stott:

What would you coach people on?

Ross Temple:

Around the self-publishing 19:18

Adam Stott:

Okay, cool. You know, I’ll tell you, one of the most successful people speak I’ve worked with quite a lot on that, again, you got to look at either maybe whereby we use webinars, we use free events. That’s how we market the business, or we have the natural market. And so you’d be looking at webinars, or you could just look at simple lead gen and calling the leads really simple Facebook ad out or you live let me just ask you a question to everyone in this room.

This is how many of you whenever you’re thinking it, how many of you would love to write a book or you feel like you’ve got a book in you, at some point in your life? Raise your hands and look around so every fucking hand is raised by virtually everyone. But why? Because it’s a good hook man. We know you’ve made a lot of money.

Speaker:

One of my questions is that 20:00 with my clients 20:03 any help and guidance to 20:06 and that will cover and provide the exception.

Adam Stott:

I think it’s a good thing for you. I think that’s a good angle, to be honest, being that what I know, and what you told me about your life and the way things are thing is probably a good thing for you to help people with. So what’s the question around it? You’re trying to figure out who you can help, Brian? Is that what you’re trying to figure out who your client is?

Speaker:

The client? Yeah.

Adam Stott:

Well, you need to do is the same for any of you. If you’re the star, you need to say, this is your circle, you say, right, who is the person that I can help that? Who can you make a difference to? That’s the question. All right, who can you make a difference to? So I’ve asked, my question is like, right, you want to start a business, you want to make money, I can help you. That’s it, that’s how I help people to grow businesses, scale businesses and make money.

That’s what I do, that’s my specialties. And that’s my expertise. If you want to do meditation, or and you want to, like become really great at meditation and things like that, then name me. Alright, 21:02 someone means so I know who I am. I know who I’m not, I know who I help. I know who I don’t. Alright, so you just got to understand that it’s like, what is it about you? Who can you help? What have you got in you that can help someone else? And then you go and target those people.

Speaker:

Okay, so first of all, what are the three things you value the most in your business?

Adam Stott:

The clients, number one. And also our, like our success story clients as well like they really value, their growth, their journey, like so there’s only so much time you can invest in because we see thousands of people, right? When somebody goes further with us, when we work when we get really deep with them. We work a lot 21:42 with them. So I love that I like seeing people like you grow, and the other people that you’ve met, you’ve seen grow, I love seeing them grow. So I value that a lot.

Ross Temple:

21:49 of the family aspects.

Adam Stott:

Yeah, yeah, I value the fact that I think it’s a wonderful community. Like I love the fact that you only really one person away from a result or like, say that you’ve got this idea. And now you’re in the community and you’re like, Okay, well, somebody else had that idea. They’ve been through that as well. And then all sudden, you get your answer, because they’ve already done it. So you’ve got all these people in these different journeys. And those kind of synergies working together makes something so much easier. So I love that I love the community. I love our clients that work really closely. I love that I love everyone, but I love that.

Ross Temple:

22:23 relationship, people’s. We understand people organizations, business models, we can see the strategy 22:29 for clear benefits from strong, strong feelings about community 2:36. Realize that sometimes 22:39 the biggest supporters for you people will realize today, so it’s about bringing people together that the same attitudes want to get success in a 22:50 more casual system. So it’s about you understand the success or failure to achieve as a stronger together is one of our mantras from our mantras. And the reality is, is that when you are surrounded with the faithful, you know, 23:05 it’s your DNA, you know, when you thought everyone there cheering for you supporting you, you know, you’re not alone in that exact moment.

Adam Stott:

So 23:19 also wants to just say that the third one is our value the work actually value doing the work with the paper like I really do. I like the lightweight does is it brings the best out in me. Because when I’ve got to create something to help someone, it really does. It allows me to become more knowledgeable because I can go into myself and find an answer for somebody else. I wouldn’t find myself by finding for someone else, 23:40 me. So I like that as well. Good question.

Speaker:

What’s meant by to focus on when you want to launch 23:47.

Adam Stott:

On a run this T shirt model through the business, right? Have a good do I think it will work and I’ve got the right mindset, and I’ve gone through it. Okay, what money am I going to put into it? What support do I need? What do I need to do? How am I going to market? How are we going to sell them? And we’ve run it through the process? That makes sense. Right? How many of you are right at the beginning? It really only raise your hands. Nice and I so I can see.

Okay, there’s quite a few of us right at the beginning. So those of you right at the beginning, but you’ve got to sell something. Okay, that’s right at that you have to sell something. What I mean by that is, you know, you go out, you do a T shirt design and you sell it. Now you’ve just given birth to your business. But babies just literally just come out. Right? That’s when it happens. That’s where the magic happens. Right? When you actually sell you get that done. Don’t let that idea. Don’t be pregnant with your idea for 20 years. All right. We need to get that baby out. Why do we get that baby out? If we find somebody that wants to buy and we sell. Okay. 24:48

Speaker:

How do we stop offering customers credit. The truth is 24:58 credit, all kind of charges 25:03. Because if 25:03 you want to get rid of them 25:06.

Adam Stott:

With our products and services, we offer credit, okay, so you can do it on finance, and that is called retail finance now is a really important thing. And a business can gain a lot of growth, from offering finance options, a lot of growth from offering finance options, because you get the money up front, you pay a fee. So let’s say for example, I’ll go circle 15 grand, right? Or 16 grand, whatever, when someone buys that product, okay, if they finance it, they can spread it over a period of time.

Now, depending on how many years you spread it over, or how long you spread it over, we get charged a percentage, right? We get my we might get charged 10% might get charged, if it’s a longer period, we might get charged 15% for a lever that allows that customer to buy that product in a much easier way. So they can split the payments up, and it’s easier for them. So we get the benefit of that. But we pay in order to do that. So they can get and they pay no interest, they get naught percent. And we have to pay that interest and finance company.

Now. That’s called retail finance. That’s why monitoring, it’s called consumer finance. So right now, right? Okay, consumer finance, and you need to just go out and see which consumer finance companies work in your market. And you will find that out. So for example, we have Klarna. Okay, for Naidu up to a certain amount we have divided by which is another one and they do a wide range of products. And we have Geology, which do a more expensive product. So we’ve got three consumer finance companies.

Now with some of those, you have to have a multi-million pound turnover, just to be. So that’s otherwise you can’t get them. Right. So that is one issue. But with some of them, like divide by I don’t think you do. So you might be able to get one of them on, you just have to do a bit of research, you have to go and speak to the people. I’ll tell you what can be a game changer for business.

Ross Temple:

26:50 because if you can’t afford a thousand pounds, you can’t afford to 26:53 do credit.

Adam Stott:

This is the reality, right? It’s like if someone’s got bedbugs, and yeah, so I mean they’re going to fight Yeah, is a good option for people that maybe can’t afford it. We’ll give yourselves a big round of applause.

Adam Stott:

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