PDR College Podcast #199

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How Shane Learned to Let Go … and You Should Too!

Sometimes having all the control means only having two hands worth of anything. To really grow you need help. Shane takes us on the journey to learn how he has grown as an entrepreneur and how we can short cut his trip.   Get your seat at the PDR College Advanced Skills Seminar 2018 NOW GO HERE to get your seat secured today!

 

Keith uses ReconPro for his mobile PDR Invoicing needs!

https://amt.company/reconpro-features/#pdr/(hail)-tools

 

Dent removal glue tabs : www.blackplaguepdr.com

Got some tips of your own? Email them in and we will share them on the show: pdrcollegeonline@gmail.com

A1 Tool PDRC Mini Humpback tool! https://www.pdrtool.com/products/14y18d-pdrc-humpback-tool-made-in-usa

 

A1 Stanliner Snake Tools as recommended by Shane:

https://www.pdrtool.com/collections/stanliner-tools/Snake-Tools

 

Blackplague PDR Crease Tab 2.0:

https://www.blackplaguepdr.com/collections/pdr-crease-tabs/products/black-plague-2-0-7-piece-crease-glue-pulling-set

 

Shane’s Mini Jackhammer Blending Hammer

https://www.blendinghammerpdr.com/products/mini-jackhammer

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