What's actually harder is getting some of the deals together. All the other stuff then, your refurbishments, your technical stuff, you pay people for it, outsource it, but the stuff that will give you the strategic advantage is sourcing stuff and funding it. It's a really simple business once you just follow it.
Then, finally, you accept it's a journey. There isn't a straight line. One of the things I've got better of as a result of Mastermind is actually being aware of that journey, and realizing there's different curves around the corner, and enjoying it.
I'm wary now I'm running out of time. Dave's put up his card, but one of the key things is, to do this, the whole principle of Mastermind is that one plus one is greater than two. I never knew that. Again, before I came here, I thought it was a case of just work hard. You put your head down. That's your end result. The reality is, linking to a group like this, linking into an environment, will help everyone to move.
I'd really like to thank each one of you individually for making the last 12 months such a great year for myself. There's a lot of other people up there I'd like to thank, Simon Zutshi, Fraser, a number of other people in the peripherals of Mastermind, my coach Rob McPhun, Mark Dearing, Michael Dong, Jo Simpson, Andy Gwynn, all who helped me in terms of getting a clear steer on where I was going, and then also, the guys back in Liverpool have ultimately delivered a lot of this stuff, and finally, our tenants and also our investors and our house buyers. If you don't have them, this beautiful model of property doesn't necessarily work.