Why you NEED it
You've been told you should know it, you tinker around in it sometimes, but really just don't see the need for it. Let me get all Sheets preachy on you ---->
MY GOAL IS TO CONVERT YOU by showing you all the incredible tools, templates, and formulas that will turn your vision boards into realities.
You. You're wanting to up your google sheets game
MELBOURNE TIME: 10:30 AM, Tuesday Sep 18
CHICAGO TIME: 7:30 PM, Monday Sep 17
The 90 min format will initially be a webinar (through Zoom). Which I'll then change into an e-course that you'll have access to.
I'm using "excel" and "google sheets" interchangeably but I'll be working in google sheets because it:
has all the tools that I need that excel has
is universally accessible
is easy to share and collaborate with others.
*$$$ Cost - I'm going experiment a little here. I'm trying a "pay want you want" model. After reading through all you get, you can pay what you think this is worth. Or honestly, even pay what you can. I would rather you come than not. Click here for that link.
Zoom baby (online video conferencing platform)
Cause you've got to! Keep reading.....
"Excel is so universal. It shouldn’t be a question about learning. It’s a must for doing business well and being a part of the business world." - Jamie
Someone asked me to spell out how excel has made me more money and it's like asking "how has reading helped you make more money?" No joke - excel is just the tool you use to educate yourself on how to conduct business and make more money. The majority of my clients don't have a very good handle on their finances and a spreadsheet (not xero, not quickbooks, or any other accounting software) is the only way to know the fundamentals. But more specifically to money making tools here are some of the template we'll be going over:
Accounting - with the Profit First %'s
Sales Funnel Conversions
Here are other things you can and should be using a spreadsheet for:
Choosing what country in the world to move to (... maybe that's just me?)
*pay what you want, the average is $36