George: ... It's Inbound. And, because we've got the three of us here together, I want to start out with something that might be a little bit inspirational, because, Inbound is about being inspirational. But then, I want to get into audience questions, because we do want to talk about tactical. And, depending on how many questions we get, I may even just throw some real nerdy questions towards you.
Remington: Oh, of course.
George: And, some OG questions toward you.
Dan: Bring it on.
George: The only rule is that, you guys are not allowed to ask me anything during...
Remington: You realize that we love to break the rules, right?
George: Yeah, I love to break the rules. So, you can ask me anything, actually. So, let's get started into this. And Remington, here's my question, because you have been doing Inbound since 2012. And, you've got really nerdy in HubSpots, and when people think of, like, building on the CMS, or doing things that HubSpot themselves say, are impossible with the tool, and you being able to do it. My question to you is, putting the time and effort into that, how do you think that HubSpot and Inbound marketing has changed your life, and the business that you now run?
Remington: Great question. It's allowed for a platform, literally and figuratively. It's also made it so that I think Inbound specifically is really cool because it brings a whole lot of people together. It's drinking from a fire hose for sure. I had noise canceling headphones on for a half hour last night [crosstalk 00:01:36]. But it's been really cool. For me, the first couple years was a lot of learning. The last few years has been a lot of confirmations. I haven't gone to many sessions this time. But the conversations I had have been absolute fire. Just being able to ask about how things are going, or really... I tweeted a while back, I get to come see my Hub family. And I mean that literally to everyone. It's like old friends. It's really fun.
Remington: From a business point of view, the partner program, and stuff. We got on it relatively in its infancy. Now they have 6,000 or so partners. Don't quote me on that.
George: It's close to that, yeah.
Remington: So that's been a journey and a half. But now I get to affect other people's livelihoods, like you guys, by having you a part of the family too.
George: Nice. So Dan, I want to turn to you for a second because you literally are the OG of Inbound.