Sweet Sweet Testimonial from a Sweet Sweet Lady
They say on once in a while even monkeys thump their chests and show off. As a proud evolver, I must take their lead and thump my chest. I want to share a sweet testimonial I received from Marcea, one of our newest readers.
The e-mail message is pasted as is below,
Thank you for bringing a little fun and joy into an otherwise boring technical carpet of much grayness.
I stumbled upon your site 3 weeks ago and since, I have never even attempted to trouble any other excel forum. You have, in one way shape or form, helped a mere Excel-caterpillar (who had munched her way through several tasteless leaves) grow from a lethargic worm into a fat happy and veritable brightly coloured butterfly full to the brim of Excel ideas (still need to work on the how to make the dreams a thing! But now I want to understand the process rather than merely find where I can copy and paste from!!).
I never NEVER thought I would say this, but Excel has become fun to learn again.
Keep feeding me the emails!!! NomNom
Much love – your fluttery friend from the Uk xx
I am so happy to know that PHD is making excel fun to learn. 🙂
More power to Marcea and all our readers.
Now go have a fun weekend. When you come back, we have a hot and sexy excel trick waiting for you.
My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.
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5 Responses to “Sweet Sweet Testimonial from a Sweet Sweet Lady”
Indeed. For me Chandoo and Peltiertech are the sites responsible for 90% of my new excel knowledge.
Now I know almost twice of what I knew back on January 2009 about excel so I can be a better professional and help more people so they can love Excel as much as some of Us do.
Daily when I open my Google Reader your sites are the only ones I always look for new content.
Thanks again for your work and for taking the time to help others.
Yes, I agree with the original email (very cute) and Oliver's comment. I am a recent graduate and working in the capacity as an analyst. I would use Excel throughout college but what they teach you is nothing close to what you need to know for on the job. Thank you Chandoo for providing me with a vast resource of tools with enough instruction (but still leaving that "you figure that part out") to make it exciting to go through and learn the walkthroughs.
I am a lover of Excel but all the stuff I've learned here has made everyone else appreciate my Excel Art. Thank you for all your great and practical tips; I always look forward to them in the morning. Weird, but totally true!
Keep up the great work!
I agree with all the above comments and what a sweet lady Marcea is !! Welcome to Chandoos' extended family dear Butterfly. Chandoo you make Excell exciting and colourful with your somtimes different way of looking at things and problems.
Thanks everyone for sharing your feedback.. You have all been constant motivation and inspiration for me and this site. Everyday I get up and think "another awesome day to let me help me at least one individual become awesome". Thank you 🙂