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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:

  1. Benjamin Oberholzer from
  2. Bill Jelen
  3. Chris “Macro” Newman
  4. Clint Tuttle from ClintTuttle YouTube Channel
  5. Danielle Stein Fairhurst from
  6. Debra Dalgleish from
  7. Francis Hayes from
  8. George Mount from
  9. Jeff Lenning from 
  10. Joel Villar from
  11. Jon Acampora from
  12. Kasper Langmann from
  13. Ken Puls from
  14. Kyle Pew from
  15. Mynda Treacy from
  16. Miguel Escobar from
  17. Oz du Soleil from ExcelOnFire YouTube Channel
  18. Puneet Gogia from
  19. Rick Grantham from
  20. Rob Collie from
  21. Ryan Wells from
  22. Steve McDonald from
  23. Me! from


  1. Brad Edgar from Listen Here >>
  2. Kevin Lehrbass from Listen Here >>
  3. Jordan Goldmeier from Excel.Tv Listen Here >>

Clint Tuttle’s Can’t Stop Excelling Song:

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