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It’s been a long time since you last heard from me. Several things have happened in my life. Well, first, I had to get a job. My consulting business was doing well, and I was actually pretty good at it (at least, I thought so). But circumstances unforeseen changed what I had to do next; and lo, I had to get a job, you know, a real job. So now I’m working for EY (Ernst & Young before 2013) doing talent analytics.
Also, you know, at some point in time I’m required to finished Dashboards for Excel. So instead of writing for this blog, I’ve been working hard to finish what I started. It’s a long, long book now, but progress has been made and it’s almost complete. The manuscript is in and I’m now just answering editorial comments. I’m so close to finishing this book, I can taste it. And looking back over these three years, I’m surprised to even be able to say that. At several points in the writing process the task seemed so great I wouldn’t finish. But I am finishing now, and finally, I will have my life back. 🙂
There are more books I want to write. But if I tell you I’m thinking of writing another book at any point over the next year, please someone punch me right in the face.
You should expect me to start posting more regularly here soon.
Thank you all for your support of me and this blog, your patience, and your passion for Excel.
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