Title: An Autobiographical View: A Solid Foundation (Part 2)
By: Darren R. Weinstock, MBA
Today’s post is about creating a solid foundation in your career. I have built this “solid” foundation by doing three things pretty well:
striving for informal mentors performing like an internal consultant maintaining credibility with my work […]
Title: Video Tutorial Podcast – Here’s how you get MOI on your iPad or iPhone!
Date: 5/10/13 Evening! Here’s how you get Myriad Of Ideas (MOI) on your iPad or iPhone. I need to apologize for the amateur video, but we do get our point of teaching you how to get the MOI media content […]
Title: There more than one way to follow my Blog/Podcast/Video Tutorials – RSS, iTunes, etc.
Yes there are multiple ways to follow Myriad Of Ideas! Although it would be awesome to have my audience come to the website, I know not everybody has time to do that everyday or a few […]
Some of the feedback I’ve received is that my site is a bit to “male” focused. So over the past few weeks I’ve thought about how to put a “female” spin on things. Being a male myself, nothing really came to mind. Please note that I did add “female” to my tag, and we’ll […]
This recorded screen share demonstrates a hard return and why not to do one AND a Sort example of columns. The video is 8 minutes long since it covers two topics. Future videos will be less than 5 minutes long. I haven’t delved into YouTube too much, so for now these videos will be hosted […]
So you are probably used to sorting columns in Excel. If you have Excel 2010, then you can sort by rows… very helpful in some circumstances when you want to reorder columns by alphabetical or numerical order (and its data).
If you are changing your own tires, use a shovel to help lift the tire up on the bolts. It works as a “lever”, saves your back!
If you ever enter data into a database or spreadsheet do not do a hard-return (aka carriage return). If you are entering data and hit “alt-Enter” you are creating hard-returns. Instead use the formatting function of “wrap text” to make your spreadsheet “pretty”.