January 24

FREE 3-part Dashboard Video Series

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Hi there, friends. In celebration of my new course for Excel.TV, I’ve released a free 3-part video series around building dashboards. The videos are as follows:

  1. Awesome Benefits of Building Dashboards With Excel
  2. 5 Rookie Dashboard Mistakes That Even the Experts Miss
  3. Excel Dashboard Questions Answered

All you need to do is go to excel.tv/training/ to sign up. Video 1 and 2 have already been released, and we’ve had some awesome comments on both. They say I’m too honest for my own good, but of both videos so far, video 2, 5 Rookie Dashboard Mistakes, is a clear favorite–so definitely check it out. (Plus, you know, it’s free.)
After almost a year of working on this material, I’m incredibly excited to release it. I did a podcast with John Michoaloudis earlier today  (make sure to check out his podcasts), and I told him that for so long I had wanted to write a book! Turns out, I think I might enjoy doing video, too. With videos–and online courses, in general–you have the benefit of community. And sometimes it’s just easier to explain things in and learn from pre-recorded video.
The course will be available for purchase from January 28th, 2017 until February 7th, 2017. And because we’re just opening it up for first-time sales, I’ll offer you, dear readers, a handsome discount.
Hopefully, after the course is over, I can get back to blogging! Yes, I know I said I love video, but I also love blogging. So thanks for your patience.
And, I’d love to see you in my course.
 
 


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