George: Yeah, now that I put the sticker on there. Anyway, so hey anybody who is watching or listening to this now, or in the future, make sure that you leave a comment, leave a question, and also leave an emoji. Remington, you didn't know I was going to do this, this week, but what emoji should they leave in the comment section this week?
Remington: The lightening emoji, if something's a good idea.
George: Oh, lightning, I love that and-
Remington: Or I think like the shortcuts electric, you won't find it if it's lightning, but yeah lightning, electric, or let's do a mushroom emoji if you're unsure about things.
George: Oh, yeah mushroom, those are powerful I'm just going to throw that out there. So this week, it's funny that you bring up mushrooms because we're talking about workflows, which by the way don't have anything to do with each other, I just figured I would roll into it that way. We're talking about HubSpot, we're talking about workflows, and out of all of the tools, I feel like this and reporting might be the episodes that we get the most questions from people who are viewing this now or in the future. So HubSpot workflows, one thing I will say, there's a bazillion different ways that we could go with this episode. So I'm just going to kind of let you lead it off, I'm going to follow your lead, and I'm going to see if we can't kind of align this into some type of journey versus a tennis match.
George: It may end up, it can completely end up as a tennis match, but we'll see. So, where would you like to start when it comes to the world false