December 21

A Dashboard Video Course

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Hi, there! Long time no see, am I right? Well, most of you have realized that my major focus this last year or so has been developing Excel.TV. And boy, what a I ride it’s been. Excel.TV now boasts tons of content. And, for the first time ever, I’m proud to introduce my first video course!!!!!! (So many exclamations!)
I’m excited to let you all know about Excel Dashboard Pro. This course was a lot of fun to make and so I hope you have fun watching it. It brings together a lot of the stuff I’ve talked about over the years.
Now, listen, audience. You all know how I role. This video course isn’t like others. A lot of Excel classes focus on VBA and macro coding. But my whole shtick in this video series is getting you up to speed quickly. So I’ll be showing you some crazy awesome dashboard techniques without touching a line of code. I’ll show you how you can use formulas to always keep your dashboards showing the most up to date information. And I’ll show you how to develop well, so that your colleagues can figure out what you did.
Click here to join the wait list!
Or, go directly to Excel.TV/Training
Why? Um, because:

  • you’ll be the first to learn about the course opening, and
  • you’ll also get access to free exclusive video content on the best tips and worst dashboard mistakes.

Also, because, it’s my first video course, and I’d love if you joined me.
Until next time… keep on Excel’n.
 
 


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  • Welcome back, Jordan!
    Everyone — here is your New Year’s Resolution packaged up perfectly. You WILL get better at data visualizations and building dashboards. I had a sneak peek — it is excellent. Looking forward to the final rollout.

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