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Posted by on Dec 17, 2009

Two months ago I posted a survey here and asked y’all to complete the survey and earn some free tips.

For those of you who didn’t see it, the survey was about training and how people would like to receive training, and many other questions concerning it. Along with a friend of mine, Renee Scherer of Presentations Plus, I did my first webinar earlier this year, which you see the advertisement for there in the second spot at the top left. We plan on doing more, and each of us has certain talents that we give presentations on, as well as a couple of shared things.

For instance, Renee gives presentations on anything Microsoft Office related. She recently gave one to an organization on Microsoft Office tips, and I’ll be giving one to that same group in either April or May on social media.

My topics are a bit more broad because I’m all over the place, as you know. I’m not going to start spouting them all here again, but if you want to just take a look at my one business website and then my other business website to see some of what I do.

Anyway, something that doesn’t happen all that often when someone does a big survey is that they don’t share any of the results of the survey. Y’all know me; I’m all about sharing, thus Renee and I are sharing the results of the survey with you, which I found very interesting overall. And, if you put your name and email in at the bottom to get on our mailing list, you’ll receive two free little gifts for your trouble. Hey, it’s the holiday season, right? Just so you know, the mailing list will be private and protected, and will only be used whenever we’re doing a webinar or seminar of some type, and then to mention the product created from that process. Otherwise, you’ll never hear from us; that’s my guarantee.

By the way, y’all know how I’m always trying to get more publicity. Well, this time around, I’m in a magazine article, the first one quoted, and I even got my picture in it, though it’s in black and white; hey, you take what you can get. If you’re interested, I turned it into a pdf and you can download it. The story is called Webinar Anyone? Enjoy that as well.

And remember, if your group or organization needs a speaker on any of the topics in the survey, and pays, reach out to me; will speak for pay! 😉

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I’m not even a little bit surprised by the #2 topic being Excel 2007. It is a great tool for all aspects of business. I thought I was fairly competent in Excel until I attended a seminar. It really is a remarkable program. I just wish I still had my workbook. Unfortunately, I think I left it in my former office of my former employer. Oh, well.
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December 17th, 2009 | 10:45 PM
Mitch:

I’m still not on Excel 2007, Anne, as I didn’t want to have to get used to ribbons. I am pretty proficient at Excel otherwise, though Renee keeps trying to teach me how to make tables in Word instead of doing it in Excel.

December 18th, 2009 | 5:39 AM

Thank you for the webinar thingy.
It sound interesting as your post. Will download it for later read.
See you around.
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December 17th, 2009 | 11:53 PM
Mitch:

Maybe not, Dennis, but that’s how things come out sometimes. lol

December 19th, 2009 | 11:48 PM

haha your funny mitch! anyways, I downloaded your “Webinar Anyone”, thanks for that. Another source of a new idea again 🙂

Jp Manching @ Beginners Blogging Guide
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December 20th, 2009 | 8:32 AM
Mitch:

No problem, JP; enjoy!

December 20th, 2009 | 12:43 PM