In this Christmas Special podcast episode, I gather 22 Excel experts from around the world to share their best tip of the year!
At the end of the podcast episode, there is a great Excel song created by Clint Tuttle called “Can’t Stop Excelling” and it is a very catchy song indeed!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Love, John Michaloudis 🙂
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Here are the Excel Tips in Order of Appearance:
- Benjamin Oberholzer from ApplyExcel.com
- Bill Jelen MrExcel.com
- Chris “Macro” Newman TheSpreadSheetGuru.com
- Clint Tuttle from ClintTuttle YouTube Channel
- Danielle Stein Fairhurst from PlumSolutions.com
- Debra Dalgleish from Contextures.com
- Francis Hayes from TheExcelAddict.com
- George Mount from GeorgeJMount.com
- Jeff Lenning from Excel-University.com
- Joel Villar from IWillTeachYouExcel.com
- Jon Acampora from ExcelCampus.com
- Kasper Langmann from SpreadSheetO.com
- Ken Puls from ExcelGuru.ca
- Kyle Pew from OfficeNewB.com
- Mynda Treacy from MyOnlineTrainingHub.com
- Miguel Escobar from PoweredSolutions.co
- Oz du Soleil from ExcelOnFire YouTube Channel
- Puneet Gogia from ExcelChamps.com
- Rick Grantham from Excel.tv
- Rob Collie from PowerPivotPro.com
- Ryan Wells from WellsR.com
- Steve McDonald from Udemy.com
- Me! from MyExcelOnline.com
- Brad Edgar from BradEdgar.com Listen Here >>
- Kevin Lehrbass from MySpreadsheetLab.com Listen Here >>
- Jordan Goldmeier from Excel.Tv Listen Here >>
Clint Tuttle’s Can’t Stop Excelling Song:
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