No More Signatures! Am I Still Safe?

If you have used a credit card in North America in the last month, you may have noticed that you were not asked for a signature. That may have come as a surprise. It turns out to be a good thing! In a March 2018 Infographic, Visa says that that the dollar amount of counterfeit […]
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How to Add Animation to Your PowerPoint Presentation

Yes, I know, if you go to a lot of meetings you are probably sick and tired of seeing yet another PowerPoint slide deck presentation! Boring! Boring! Boring! If people are sliding under the table when you are giving your PowerPoint presentation you need to liven them up a little bit and incorporating animation is […]
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How Storytelling Helps Make a Personal Connection with an Audience

Connecting with an audience is a critical business skill. We all need it when we try to get a point across to someone else. We may be teaching a new idea or skill, explaining the importance of a new strategic initiative, or maybe trying to persuade a prospect to become a client. In my recent […]
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The Importance of Always Learning

“Nobody wants to show you the hours and hours of becoming. They’d rather show the highlight of what they’ve become. – Angela Duckworth author of “Grit: Passion, Perseverance, and the Science of Success” In my career, I have been very blessed with opportunities, life lessons and having mentors support me in pursuing my passion. I […]
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Live SQL Server Data in Power BI: Using DirectQuery

For me, one of the most valuable features of Power BI is the ease with which I can mashup data from a variety of different data sources. This, of course, requires importing data into Power BI’s internal xVelocity engine. For many others, however, it is critical to create Power BI reports and dashboards that reflect […]
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