Even though my 10 month old son Barak has not yet taken his first steps, I am super excited.
Because this isn’t my first rodeo – I have witnessed firsthand the evolution of how his older sister Amina started walking.
Take for example, the fundamental skills that Barak has been working on diligently these past 10 months:
- Strengthening and leveraging the muscles in his legs and the rest of his body.
- Understanding the environment around him and how he can interact with it.
- Improving his balance.
Granted, his balance is still not quite there but once it is, it won’t be long before he takes his first steps unassisted. He may even surprise himself at how “suddenly” walking became possible for him.
But it’s not magic, and it’s anything but sudden. He has been working behind the scenes for 10 months.
So how does this all relate to Excel?
I’m so glad you asked.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, there are 3 fundamental skills in Excel that you must learn & master before you can truly leverage the more exciting and advanced topics:
Even though it may not be exciting, these are the necessary and non-glamorous pre-walking skills in Excel.
Fortunately, I teach a 3 part course on exactly those topics.
To find out more, reply with the words “pre-walking skills” and we’ll take it from there.