12 Steps to learn Excel and become awesome @ work in 2019

Like many marketers, I have a bit of experience with Microsoft Excel. I’ve used it to organize events, plan meals, and sort data — but I don’t have nearly the advanced knowledge I wish I did.

And thanks to those limited skills, I’m constantly subjecting myself to the tedium of updating my spreadsheets manually.

Like me, you’re missing out on a world of Excel training courses that could teach me how to automate my reports and save hours of time.

When I asked even my most Excel-savvy colleagues where they picked up their knowledge, they told me things like, “I mostly learned from colleagues and friends,” or, “When I have a specific question, I ask someone or search on Google.” Fair enough. But as a beginner, I probably have a few too many Excel questions to rely on colleagues — or Google — to answer every one.

Obviously, everywhere you look this week, you find advice on how to do better this year.

Well, you don’t have to wait for a new year to become awesome at your work, any day is new year for the rest of your life.

So, today I want to share 12 steps to learn Excel and becoming awesome. But first I have a secret to confess…,

I think becoming awesome in Excel useless.

What we really want is, to become awesome in our work. Since we spend a lot of time using Excel (and other office software), knowing how to use these better can have a huge impact on how we do our work.

In that spirit, lets look at 12 steps to learn Excel so you become awesome in your work.

1. Learn everyday

Curiosity, humbleness & open mind can go a long way in making you awesome. So in order to become awesome in our work, we need to learn everyday. There is a wealth of free, useful & well designed information on net on almost any topic. For Excel, I suggest going thru our archives, category pages on Excel, Charting, Quick Tips, or the Learn any area of Excel page.

For more specific focus, check out Excel Beginner or Advanced Excel pages too.

2. Volunteer & Improve something at your work

No matter how good something is, there is always scope for improvement.  I am sure you have similar situation at your work. So pick up any single process, report, model or procedure & improve it using readily available tools like Excel. It is one of the easiest ways to learn Excel. For example, you could improve the financial dashboard that gets emailed every month or track your training (L&D) better.

3. Help a colleague

The funny thing with knowledge is that, the more you share it, the more you gain. No wonder, when we think of very knowledgeable persons, we imagine teachers & authors. And in any workplace, your knowledge determines how awesome you can be.

So go ahead and help a colleague in need. Share what you know and see the magic.

4. Join a forum & solve a problem

Forums are a great place to find new problems & challenge yourself. Go ahead and contribute in a forum that focuses on your area of work. For Excel, I suggest checking out Forums.

You will learn new things & the best part is, you are going to help a total stranger. The sense of satisfaction you get is unmatched.

5. Get a book

Despite the amount of information & variety available online, books continue to have a sense of magic. The moment you open a book, your mind opens a new world. So go ahead and indulge in a book or two this year. Learn something & then apply it to your work. See how far you can go.

For Excel & related books

6. Participate in a Contest

Contests are a great way to learn new things, experiment & win something cool. While finding a contest for your exact work area might be difficult, you can find several contests on Excel & other common office software. I am planning to run a few contests this year and I encourage you to participate in at least one of them.

7. Play with an unknown feature

Many of us continue to use software, tools without questioning our practices. For example, despite using Excel quite a bit, I rarely use Review Ribbon. I don’t know many of the things in there. I am sure you too have such gaps. This year, pick one such thing and play with it. Learn what you can do with that feature, do a bit of research, and if possible share your knowledge with people in your work life. If you are not sure what to pick, may I suggest Power Query? It is an incredible tool packed right inside Excel. Check out this intro and get started.

8. Replicate an idea from other industry to your work

Despite all the negativity in the world, we continue to see shining examples of innovation, hope & prosperity. Often, these are simple ideas implemented with finesse. You too can watch elsewhere for inspiration & copy the ideas to your work. For example, you can watch New York Times for interesting visualizations and copy the ideas for your weekly report. Or you can subscribe to blogs in a different industry so that you can get fresh ideas.

Related: Visualization projects.

9. Join a Newsletter or Subscribe to a Blog

While learning from other industries can give you new ideas, learning about your own industry increases your knowledge. So go ahead and join a newsletter or subscribe to a blog. Consume their content regularly and apply these ideas to your work.

For Excel users, I recommend joining our newsletter, Debra’s blog, Excel Jet or any site featured in our Excel links.

10. Jump to YouTube

YouTube continues to be a great way to learn new things. You can find instructional videos on any topic & learn from bite-sized clips.

For Excel users, check out our YouTube channel, ExcelisFun, MrExcel Podcast, Debra’s channel

11. Join a Training Program

One of the best ways to learn & become awesome is to join a class. So this year, invest in a training program that helps you in your work.

To learn Excel & how to use it for your work, I recommend our Excel School, VBA Class programs.

12. Believe that you are Awesome

One of my favorite quotes is,

Whatever human mind can conceive, it can achieve.

Napoleon Hill (in his book Think & Grow Rich)

So the most important aspect of becoming awesome is to believe you are awesome. No books, videos, blogs or contests can make you awesome if you don’t believe that you can be awesome.

Those are my 12 steps to learn Excel & become awesome, what about yours?

So those are my 12 ways to become awesome. What about yours? How are you planning to be awesome this year? Please share using comments.

More Resources to learn

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Take a look at the free and paid resources below. Bookmark your favorites and get that much closer to working more efficiently in Excel.

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What is PMP? How important is it for a career in project Management?

Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an industry recognized credential for project managers. PMP demonstrates the experience, education, skill and competency required to lead and direct projects. PMP is the most sought after certification administered by Project Management Institute (PMI), USA.

What is PMP?

 

Project Management Professionals are imperative in every industry. The demand is in terms of the skill requirements which vary between different industries and geographies. As per 2014 survey report by PMI, there will be huge opportunities for practitioners of Project Management. As companies recruit people from various cultural backgrounds, the need for project managers with a standardized set of skills increases. These project managers would be expected to undertake projects on system reorganizations, turn strategic vision into tangible goals, and ensure effective and agreed outcomes, while balancing various project constraints.

Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is a qualification program overseen by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In the computer and information technology (IT) industries, the term project management refers to a methodical approach to software development through defined stages called initiation, planning, executing, controlling and closing.

The process for becoming a certified Project Management Professional involves a review of prior education and work experience followed by a written examination. Holders of the certification may use the designation “PMP” after their names in professional correspondence and publication. Each holder of the certification must adhere to a formal code of professional conduct and accumulate a certain minimum amount of relevant experience over a period of three years starting January 1 after successfully completing the examination process.

Project Management Professional is the second of three formal credentials administered by the PMI. The first or basic level is Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®), which qualifies the holder for work as part of a project team. The third or highest level is Program Management Professional (PgMP®), which certifies that the holder is competent to function as the leader of a team.

Why PMP is Important for Project Manager?

1. It exposes you to the current standards of project management, best practices, techniques, and the trends. It stands as an ideal goal as you can bet for PM postings across varied professional fields namely the Business processing, commerce, research, and, more.

2. It enables you to show better performance as you are exposed to new technologies and tricks that would assist you in managing the projects. The set standards for the PMP exam are higher as compared to other projects which will help you with an actionable set of best practices.
3. It has become the must-have credential today. Most of the hiring companies are engaged in appointing the certified PMs alone for their firm. The firms have realized the significance of certification as it helps to win the business.
4. It highlights your personal drive to stay abreast of the knowledge, credentials, and, skills. Thus, it helps you to stand out in the competitive job market. Moreover, you can host a party with your friends for being a star in the group.
5. It confirms that you comprehend the global language of project management. It readily connects you to the professionals, organizations, and community across the world. A great network potential helps to move on the career ladder at a faster rate.
6. Another important benefit is you become the game changer. You have the choice to join a firm as you are competent enough to gain multiple opportunities. And you may evaluate the team members for a particular assignment and create a forward-thinking team.

7. It will make you love the profession as you get more challenging opportunities. As PMP demands experience to get through the exam, it readily validates your PMP skills and opens the door for accepting more challenging projects.
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  • China reported the lowest average monetary waste on projects (7.6 percent or $76 million per $1 billion)
  • Canada (7.7 percent or $77 million per $1 billion)
  • India (8.1 percent or $81 million per $1 billion).
  • Australia reported the highest average waste on project spending at 13.9 percent or $139 million per $1 billion.

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Top Java Blogs and Books for Programmers of All Level

If you are a Java developer and looking for some awesome resources e.g. books and courses to improve your multi-threading and concurrency skills in Java then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared books and tutorials on Java Concurrency and Multithreading and in this article, I am going to talk about some of the best free and paid course to learn multi-threading and concurrency in Java. You can join these free courses to improve your understanding of Java Concurrency and Multithreading. It’s one of the most important skills for Java developers as almost all the companies who interviews Java developers pay particular attention to his knowledge and experience in this area.

If you are aiming for a job on big Investment banks like Citibank, Deutsche Bank or Barclays or in a service based companies like Infosys, TCS and Luxsoft and others, you must have a strong command on multithreading and concurrency concepts in Java.

Best Java Books

Following are the list of advance Java books, let’s discuss them one by one:

i. Head First Java

Head First Javaby Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates

Among all the java books, the best part of this book is its simplicity. Although, it has easily related java concepts in real life. Also, we can say that this book needs to be updated with all the recent changes. Although, this Java book is best for the understanding of the OOPS concepts.
For making the learning and memorizing tasks easier, this book contains mysterious problems, numerous puzzles, striking visuals, and particular soul-searching interviews for making the computer programming more playful and engaging. The book is a good choice for new programmers and those who want to improve their programming knowledge.

ii. Introduction to Programming Using Java, the 7th Edition

Introduction to Programming using JAVAby David J. Eck

Basically, this Java book is for beginner programmers. Although, good for experienced programmers also. But only for those who want to learn little about java. In the 7th edition, it also contains Java 8.
The book includes chapters, Programming in the Small I-Names and Things, Control, Subroutines,Objects and Classes, Introduction to GUI Programming, Arrays and ArrayLists, Correctness, Robustness, Efficiency, Linked Data Structures and Recursion, Generic Programming and Collection Classes, Advanced Input/Output: Streams, Files, and Networking and Threads and Multiprocessing Advanced GUI Programming.

iii. Java: The Legend

Java- The Legendby Ben Evans

As we know that Java has come a long way in the last 20 years. Also, Java is no more the fancy language of developers. Although, it has now become the mainstream of any development in the world. Moreover, the use of Java in Android has taken Java into an even more larger domain.
The book covers several topics like, How Java has provided benefits from early design decisions, including “Write Once, Run Anywhere” and an insistence on backward compatibility, the effect of open source, the great success and continued requirement of the Java Virtual Machine and platform, the rise of Enterprise Java and the launch of the Java developer community and ecosystem.

iv. Introduction to Programming Using Java, Sixth Edition

Introduction to Programming using Javaby David J. Eck

Basically, we can say this is the best book as compared to other Java books. As this book provides another free Java book. That contains in both PDF and HTML format. It teaches programming basics using Java programming language.
The sixth edition needs Java 5.0 and can also be utilized with later versions of java. Almost all the examples in the book will run with Java 5.0, but some characteristics from later versions of Java are also covered. You will detect many Java applets on the web pages that create this book, and most of those applets need Java 5.0 or higher to run.

v. Java – A Beginner’s Guide

Java A Beginners Guideby Herbert Schildt

This java book is best for beginners. It provides an introduction to Java language. Also, introduce java syntax. This is best for java programmers. Moreover, will help you to learn java from the beginning to the advanced level in an easy manner.
The author begins with the basic aspects, such as the process to create, compile, and function a Java program. He then covers the keywords, syntax, and constructs that create the core of the Java language. You will also learn some of Java’s more advanced features, like generics, multithreaded programming, and Swing.

vi. Object-Oriented vs. Functional Programming

Object Oriented Vs Functional Programmingby Richard Warburton

Generally, this java book helps to learn the differences between object-oriented and functional programming. As we can say Java 8 started supporting functional programming concepts. For Example – Lambda Expressions, Map, Flat map, Reduce etc
You will learn how lambdas create OOP languages better suitable for dealing with parallelism and concurrency, get to know the process of SOLID—OOP’s five basic principles of programming—map to functional languages and paradigms, find certain common OOP design patterns and how they remain in the functional world.

vii. Java 8 in Action: Lambdas, Streams, and functional-style programming

Java 8 in Actionby Mario Fusco & Alan Mycroft

Basically, this Java book contains new features of Java 8. One of the important things about this book. That we can write concise code in less time.
What’s Inside:

  • How to use Java 8’s powerful new java features.
  • Writing effective multicore-ready java applications.
  • Refactoring, testing, and also debugging of java.
  • Adopting functional-style programming in java.
  • Java Quizzes and quick-check questions.

viii. Java Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Java Developers

Java Cookbookby Ian Darwin

Basically, this book includes:

  • Java methods for compiling, running, and debugging;
  • Manipulating, comparing, and rearranging text in java;
  • Java Regular expressions for string- and pattern-matching;
  • Handling numbers, dates, and times in Java;
  • Structuring data with collections, arrays, and other types in Java;
  • Java Object-oriented and functional programming techniques;
  • Java Directory and filesystem operations.
  • Working with graphics, audio, and video in Java

ix. Java: The Complete Reference (Ninth Edition)

Java The complete Referenceby Herbert Schildt 

If you want to become a master in Java, this book is the best. Although not so good for complete beginners, because it’s more than 1200 pages long. But this is the best if you want to learn beyond the basics.
The author describes the complete Java language, like its syntax, fundamental programming principles, keywords, and significant parts of the Java API library. Examining the JavaBeans, Swing, applets, servlets, and real-world examples show Java in action. It also includes New Java SE 8 features like the default interface method, the stream library, lambda expressions are discussed in detail. It also provides a basic introduction to JavaFX.

x. Core Java Volume I — Fundamentals (9th Edition)

Core Javaby Cay S. Horstmann & Gary Cornell

We can say this is the other best book to java. As it contains an explanation of the different features of Core Java. Although this book doesn’t cover Java 8, otherwise it’s one of the best java reference books.
The book is for advanced programmers. This reliable, unbiased book focuses on key Java language and library features with strong tested code examples. As in previous editions, all code is easily understandable, shows modern best practices, and is specifically created to help in the quick start of your projects. It quickly brings you with Java SE 7 core language enhancements, like the catching of multiple exceptions diamond operator, and improved resource handling.

xi. Effective Java 2nd Edition

Effective Javaby Joshua Bloch

This is not best for the beginners but must have a book for the Java programmers. Also, the book provides the best practices to follow for java algorithms. Although, you must have to read this book in parallel with another book. So as follow this practice right from the start.
Basically, these best practices are divided into 11 different sections. So, I would recommend you to read this book.

xii. Java SE8 for the Really Impatient

Java SE 8by Cay S. Horstmann

This book is completely different. As it is with a shorter page length and a simpler writing style. Basically, this book provides java SE8 along with new features.
Particularly, You’ll learn about concurrent programming techniques. Also, how to make these changes in the SE8 release(and later). Although, It’s very detailed books. Hence, not good for beginners.

xiii. Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies

Beginning Programming with Javaby Barry Burd

This is the best Java book if you have experience in coding. Also, best for the beginners. As this book was written in plain English.
As this book is currently in its 4th edition. That covers all the fundamentals of basic Java. Particularly in this book, you will learn everything step by step. That first learn how to install Java, how to run and compile the code.

xiv. Java Programming 24-Hour Trainer

Java programming 24 Hour trainerby Yakov Fain

This book for Java is reasonable for beginners. Also, the book was written in a Straightforward writing style. Although, best for the people who are new to java. As it encourages them to keep going and it builds confidence along the way.
The book will help you learn the building blocks that suits any Java project, ease the writing code through the Eclipse tools, understand to join Java applications to databases, create graphical user interfaces and web applications and learn to design GUIs with JavaFX.

xv. Java Performance: The Definitive Guide

Java Performance the definitive guideby Scott Oaks

Generally, this Java book describes the concepts of JVM along with APIs for testing. The best thing about this book is that it helps in learning you the best thing. As you will learn how to test your code the same way engineers and professional programmers do.
You will learn to implement four principles for gaining the best results from performance testing, utilize JDK tools to gather data on how a Java application performs, learn the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing a JIT compiler, adjust JVM garbage collectors to modify programs, a little bit.

xvi. Java Programming

Java Programmingby Wikibooks Contributors

Generally, this book is more expensive in Java. As this book is of 1,000 pages and it’s 9th edition. This book will force you to perform an exercise. Also, helps in learning various concepts with real life.
The book helps users learn the many ways one can run in Java. This book is both a useful reference and an introductory guide on Java and related technologies. The difficulty of the context increases, related to the lessons learned in the previous chapters. Freshers should, therefore, begin from the starting and move forward in a sequence for the whole material of the book.

xvii. TCP/IP Sockets in Java

TCP & IP Sockets in Javaby Kenneth L. Calvert & Michael J. Donahoo

As this book teaches you different TCP/IP connections. Also, you can work over a network with java. Further, this book will guide you sockets in java. Also, it’s everyday applications.
The book covers many new classes and capabilities shown in the last chapters of the Java platform. It helps the reader learn the tasks and techniques important to virtually all client-server projects through Java sockets.

xviii. Learn Java in One Day and Learn It Well

Learn Java in 1 dayby Jamie Chan

This is different from other books in a very good manner. As this is the short that covers a lot of ground. As this book contains only 230 pages but it covers all things from working to writing code.
The book has a unique project in the last part of the book that needs the application of all the concepts covered previously. Functioning through the project, will not only provide you a great sense of achievement but it will also facilitate the knowledge and expertise in language.

Here is my list of some of the best courses to learn Java online. I have always said that online courses are the best way to learn a new programming language, a new framework, a new library, or a new version of a popular technology e.g. Java.

Java Blogs
You can also use a book, in fact, I have been using books to learn from so long but in last a couple of years I have found online course great to start with. They are interactive and explains key concepts in quick time.

Once you found your feet, you can always use a book to learn the Java or any new technology in depth. If you have not read yet, then Effective Java 3rd Edition is a good book to read in 2019. It also covers JDK 9 and has a whole item on Modules and Modular JDK.

Java is packed with new features and in this article, I am going to share some of the best Java courses you can take to learn new features of Java quickly.

Adam Bien

Ever since the release of JDK 1.0 back in 1995, Adam Bien has been working continuously as a freelancer Java expert.

His blog posts are read daily by thousands of Java professionals, learners, and enthusiasts from around the world. You will find everything related to JavaFX and Java EE on the dedicated blog along with other useful Java information.

Most of the blog posts feature videos that make the learning process more straightforward and efficient. Also, several ebooks are also available at the web resource. Adam Bien regularly adds interactive web events and workshops on the blog, which are even better to learn and advance in Java.

Baeldung

Another essential web resource for Java programmers in Baeldung. The dedicated Java website is an excellent option for anyone looking to seek the latest Java news, updates, and professional advice. In addition to offering Java-focused articles from a diverse range of Java professionals and experts, Baeldung provides useful learning courses.

Baeldung focuses specifically on HTTPClient information, Jackson, Java, Persistence, and REST APIs. Typically, multiple high-quality articles are added to the website each day.

In addition to tutorials and guides for Java, there are several in-depth tutorials on Spring Framework.

JavaWorld

JavaWorld, the name in itself is explanatory of what the website is all about. It is one of the leading resources for Java developers to stay updated about the programming language as well as related technologies. JavaWorld is a community for and by Java people.

JavaWorld offers information on open source Java projects, Java Q&As, and programming careers. It is an ideal place for newbies Java programmers to start. The Java 101 blog series is developed primarily for those new to the programming language. It covers topics such as APIs, packages, and syntax.

Seasoned Java experts can stay ahead in their game with regular updates about changes made to Java and in-depth information on various Java tools. JavaWorld is a great place to know about the opinions and viewpoints of industry leaders.

Java Revisited

Curated by Javin Paul, a Java professional with several years of industry experience, Java Revisited is another opportune blog to follow. It offers various excellent how-to and step-by-step Java guides. Therefore, it is a convenient learning option for both beginners and seasoned Java programmers.

In addition to Java, the blog also focuses on FIX protocol and Tibco RV.

One of the major highlights of the dedicated Java blog is the encouragement of readers to conduct interviews with Javin. Among all the queries asked, Javin collects some of the most relevant ones and converts them into detailed blog posts.

jOOQ

The jOOQ blog focuses on Java, SQL, and jOOQ. The massive stockpile of information at the blog primarily consists of how to articles and step-by-step guides. Owing to the versatility of the same, there is something worth learning for Java programmer of every skill level.

The frequency at which articles get published on the blog is infrequent. However, it isn’t an issue as there are already hordes of articles, to begin with. The sidebar allows users to easily navigate their way to some categories, including Java and Other Languages, Thoughts on Programming, and SQL Tricks and Tips.

Thoughts on Java

Operated by Thorben Janssen, Thoughts on Java is yet another Java blog for newbies, veterans, and everyone in between. Specializing in Hibernate, Janssen is a Java professional with over 15 years of industry experience. Two new blog posts are added to the dedicated Java blog every week. The blog posts cover everything ranging from Java news to in-depth guides.

In addition to the articles, one can also benefit from various online courses, workshops, and YouTube videos available at Thought on Java.

Moreover, Janssen also offers on-site and open classroom training. Signing up at Thoughts on Java unlocks cheat sheets, downloadable ebooks, and printable Hibernate tips.

Vlad Mihalcea

Vlad Mihalcea is one of the most famous Java experts and skilled professionals. He is a dedicated blogger and mentors with a reach of over 75k visitors a month. With a diverse range of articles available on this blog, there is something worth learning for Java developers of all levels. Recent articles at the blog aim at Hibernate.

In addition to the blog, Vlad Mihalcea is the author of the book High-Performance Java Persistence. The book entails a discussion about batch updates, connection management, fetch sizes, Java data access frameworks, and Java data access performance tuning. Amazingly, the content of the book is inspired from the very posts published on the blog.

To sum up, Vlad’s blog is a must-visit for every Java developer. In addition to the new articles published every week, the blog boasts on-site training, tutorials, and a video course.

Java and Programming Resources you may like

The resources mentioned above will ensure you stay relevant in the industry by continuously improving your Java skill set and knowledge base. And, if you need to learn something new, then you can always get your desired online course

Spring Boot Microservices with JPA

Eclipse Tutorial For Beginners: Learn Java IDE in 10 Steps

Full Stack Development with Angular and Spring MVC

Easy to Advanced Data Structures

Java Programming for Complete Beginners in 250 Steps

Data Structures & Algorithms in Java

Crack Programming And Coding Interviews in 1st Attempt

Design Patterns – 24 That Matter – In Java

Learn Java Programming -Live Free,Learn To Code

JavaFX & Swing for Awesome Java UIs

Fundamentals of Java with NetBeans

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If you wonder how you can align yourself to live an amazing life, you have come to the right place.

Make magic happen!

This program is the result of over 30 years studying mind science and consciousness-expanding practices. You will learn how to finally identify the dis-empowering subconscious beliefs that are running your current life by default and start designing your exciting life; the life you dream of having where anything is possible. Join me on this journey of exploration and manifestation by hitting the “green button” above to start learning now and I’ll see you in the course.

“Since i have been doing your course I feel a much happier person. My friends commented, that my eyes are shining and I seem like I am in love. I am constantly smiling, and feel fearless and totally positive and at ease with myself. Thank you very much Chris”

Uschi

“Thank you Chris for creating this course. I love your voice, the length of each lecture, and all the things I’ve learned so far…… I just did my first Yoga Nidra following your audio recording and I loved it!”

Bridgett Pope

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Who is the target audience?

This course is for you if you are aware that you have negative thinking and negative limiting beliefs and want to replace these beliefs with positive empowering thoughts and beliefs.

This course is for you if you would like to learn self hypnosis to change your limiting beliefs

Basic knowledge
  • There are no prerequisites for this course only an open mind and enthusiasm to learn
What you will learn
  • You will learn how to finally identify the dis-empowering subconscious beliefs that are running your current life by default and start designing your exciting life; the life you dream of having where anything is possible
  • Learn how to confidently use self-hypnosis to replace your limiting beliefs and thoughts with positive empowering beliefs and thoughts, thereby changing what you attract into your life. The self-hypnosis technique taught within this course can also be used as a meditation, allowing you to train your mind into a deep meditative state quickly and easily, reducing harmful stress and allowing you to feel more calm and relaxed
  • When you eliminate your toxic beliefs, EVERYTHING CHANGES!
  • Your financial situation will change; you will start attracting money and abundance into your life
  • Things that you’ve always wanted start to show up in your life EFFORTLESSLY
  • You start to attract the right and fulfilling relationships
  • You start to feel true joy from your work
  • Life will seem so easy and effortless; everything will flow naturally. If you wonder how you can align yourself to live an amazing life, you have come to the right place
  • Learn how self hypnosis like meditation will reduce harmful stress and retrain your brain

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Acupressure for Physical, Mental and Emotional Health

RECEIVE AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION IN ‘ACUPRESSURE THERAPY’ UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE!

Internationally Recognised Qualification

This course has been created for students of ‘All Levels’ who are interested in learning some really powerful yet simple Acupressure techniques to help bring about optimum Physical, Mental and Emotional Health.

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The course teaches students how to defuse the following feelings:

Shocked, Panicked, Offended, Worried, Apprehensive, Can’t Sleep, Stressed, Inner Turmoil, Tense, Frustration, Fearful, Scared, Broken Hearted, Insecure, Lonely, Rejected, Ashamed, Grief, Guilty, Angry, Resentful, Jealous, Irritable, Sad, Tearful, Despair, Gloomy, Exhaustion, Confused, Foolish, Dizzy, Stubborn, Can’t Let Go, Stuck, Obstinate, Timid, Self Doubt or Nervous…

The course also teaches students how to:

  • Improve skin tone and clear acne, distended capillaries and red, blotchy skin
  • Clear heat from the face to help with hot flushes
  • Release stuck feelings such as Depression
  • Relieve all kinds of allergies such as headaches, hay fever, sneezing and itching
  • Alleviate all types of body pain
  • Reduce digestive complaints such as constipation, diarrhoea and nausea
  • Balance the internal organs and calm the spirit
  • Regulate the heart for all types of issues such as palpitations and high blood pressure
  • Relieve all types of Physical, Mental and Emotional Imbalances and much, much more

Students who sign up for this course will get instant access to:

A 61 page course manual, a set of 10 Acupressure Treatment Charts covering the top Acupressure Treatment Points to work on to defuse each feeling and treatment protocol for each of the illustrated charts – this is a step by step guide that teaches students how to perform the Acupressure Treatment. All of the above are available for immediate download once you sign up.

A good idea is to print off the Acupressure Treatment Charts & Protocol and laminate the sheets back to back so that you have an illustrated Treatment Chart on the front showing a colourful image of exact point locations and on the back you can have the treatment protocol giving you the step by step instructions to follow so you can carry out the treatment successfully.

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The information in this course is delivered in a simplistic way making it very easy for students to learn and apply the techniques to work on themselves, on family, friends or clients.

This course has also been accredited internationally so students who complete this course will receive an Internationally Recognised Qualification in ‘Acupressure Therapy’.

Some common benefits you can expect from an Acupressure Treatment include:

  • Relief from stress & tension
  • A more relaxed body & mind
  • Increased blood circulation
  • A faster removal of toxic waste
  • An increase in energy levels
  • Relief from head, neck, shoulder & back ache and
  • An overall sense of well-being

So why not sign up today and see how quickly the positive effects of Acupressure can bring improvement to your life?

Who is the target audience?

This course has been created for students of ‘All Levels’

Basic knowledge
  • No previous experience in Acupressure is necessary as full training will be provided. All you will need is a device on which you can access the course
What you will learn
  • Receive an Internationally Recognised Qualification in Acupressure Therapy
  • Obtain Membership and Practitioner Insurance with an International Institute at a discounted rate
  • Get listed online under ‘Acupressure Therapy’
  • Defuse feelings such as: Fear, Anxiety, Panic, Self Doubt, Frustration, Shame, Anger, Inner Turmoil, Grief, Sadness, Despair and much much more…
  • Relieve all types of Physical, Mental and Emotional Imbalances
  • Regulate the heart for all types of issues such as palpitations and high blood pressure
  • Balance the internal organs and calm the spirit
  • Reduce digestive complaints such as constipation, diarrhoea and nausea
  • Alleviate all types of pain in the body
  • Relieve all kinds of allergies such as headaches, hayfever, sneezing and itching
  • Release stuck feelings such as depression
  • Clear heat from the face to help with hot flushes
  • Improve skin tone and clear acne, distended capillaries and red blotchy skin

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Creating a Mindset for Change:Fear-Based Thinking

This is the second video course in the eight-part “Creating a Mindset for Change for Leaders” series. In this second video course, learners will understand how fear-based thinking is creating obstacles to their work and life and after recognizing their fears, what they can do to create positive outcomes. All eight video courses are intended to be taken in sequence with a spaced learning approach.

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The idea is to take one part of the eight-part video course each week or every other week, allow for a period of time to pass, and then consider the concept again in a different way by taking the next part. While beginning at the leadership level, the fundamentals taught in these videos are meant to spread throughout your organization – leaders take the program and then disseminate it to their team members, all with the intent of creating a culture of embracing change within the organization.

Basic knowledge
  • The perfect thing about this course is that no prior experience or knowledge is required. The only thing you will need is willing to learn
What you will learn
  • Shows you how fear based thinking is getting in the way of change
  • Teaches you how to rewire your brain toward positive outcomes
  • Enables you to create thoughts, actions, and behaviours that align with the outcomes you want
  • Provides the necessary tools you’ll need to act on your strategic priorities

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Hadoop & Data Science NLP (All in One Course)

The demand for Big Data Hadoop Developers, Architects, Data Scientists, Machine Learning Engineers is increasing day by day and one of the main reason is that companies are more keen these days to get more accurate predictions & forecasting result using data. They want to make sense of data and wants to provide 360 view of customers thereby providing better customer experience.

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This course is designed in such a way that you will get an understanding of best of both worlds i.e. both Hadoop as well as Data Science. You will not only be able to perform Hadoop related operations to gather data from the source directly but also they can perform Data Science specific tasks and build model on the data collected. Also, you will be able to do transformations using Hadoop Ecosystem tools. So in a nutshell, this course will help the students to learn both Hadoop and Data Science Natural Language Processing in one course. 

Companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Ebay, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Yahoo! are using Hadoop on a larger scale these days and more and more companies have already started adopting these digital technologies. If we talk about Text Analytics, there are several applications of Text Analytics (given below) and hence companies prefer to have both of these skillset in the professionals.

  • One of the application of text classification is a faster emergency response system can be developed by classifying panic conversation on social media
  • Another application is automating the classification of users into cohorts so that marketers can monitor and classify users based on how they are talking about products, services or brands online
  • Content or product tagging using categories as a way to improve browsing experience or to identify related content on the website. Platforms such as news agencies, directories, E-commerce, blogs, content curators, and likes can use automated technologies to classify and tag content and products

Companies these days are leaning towards candidates who are equipped with best of both worlds and this course will proved to be a very good starting point. This course covers complete pipeline of modern day ELT (Extract, Load and Transform) and Analytics as shown below:

Get data from Source –> Load data into Structured/Semi Structured/Unstructured form –> Perform Transformations –> Pre-process the Data further –> Build the Data Science Model –> Visualize the Results

Big data

Learn and get started with the popular Hadoop Ecosystem technologies as well one the most of the most hot topics in Data Science called Natural Language Processing. In this course you will :

  • Do Hadoop Installation using Hortonworks Sandbox. You will also get an opportunity to do some hands-on with Hadoop operations as well as Hadoop Management Service called Amabri on your computer
  • Perform HDFS operations to work with continuous stream of data
  • Install SSH and File Transfer related tools which helps in operational activities of Hadoop
  • Perform NIFI installation and develop complete workflow on Web UI to move the data from source to destination. Also, perform transformations on this data using NIFI processors
  • Spin up Apache Solr which allows full text search and also to receive text for performing Real Time Text Analysis
  • Engage Banana Dashboard to visualize Real Time Analytics on streaming data
  • Store the Real Time streaming JSON data in structured form using Hive Tables as well as in flat file format in HDFS
  • Visualize the data in the form of Charts, Histograms using Apache Zappelin
  • Learn the Building blocks of Natural Language Processing to develop Text Analytics Skills
  • Unleash the Machine Learning capabilities using Data Science Natural Language Processing and build a Machine Learning Model to classify Text Data

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn both Hadoop and Data Science from scratch
  • Developers, Programmers or Database Administrators who want to transition to Hadoop and Hadoop Ecosystem tools like HDFS, Hive, Solr, NIFI, Banana and also wants to explore Data Science
  • Aspiring Data Scientists, Data Analysts, Business Analysts who want to learn Natural Language Processing as an added arsenal as well as wants to learn Hadoop as well
  • Product , Program or Project Managers who wants to understand the complete architecture as well as understand how Hadoop and Data Science can be integrated together
  • Enterprise Architects, Solution Architects who wants to learn about Hadoop Ecosystem and related technologies to design Big Data related solutions
Basic knowledge
  • Basic Python Programming
  • A computer with at least 8 GB of RAM
What you will learn
  • You will be able to develop a real world an end to end application which will encompass both Hadoop as well as Natural Language Processing (Data Science)
  • Setup a Hadoop Cluster on your laptop free of cost and then connect to different hadoop services
  • Develop distributed applications based on Hadoop Framework, Different Hadoop pillars, HDFS Architecture, MapReduce and different types of Data in Hadoop
  • Visualize Hadoop ecosystem services as well as components like Memory usage, Cluster Load etc. in the form of dashboard on a Web Interface called Ambari
  • Design and Develop scalable, fault tolerant and flexible applications which can store and distribute large data sets across inexpensive servers
  • Develop scripts based on several commands in Hadoop to manage files and datasets
  • Understand the different building blocks of Apache NIFI helping in data movement, transformation etc. Also learn about NIFI Architecture and its various applications
  • Steps to Install Apache NIFI and making changes in configuration files to run it seamlessly
  • Develop a complete workflow application in NIFI which can take data from the streaming source, perform transformations on this data and then store it in Hadoop
  • Spin up Apache Solr as one of the service, configure it to receive streaming data from NIFI processor to perform real time analytics on this data
  • Understand the architecture and concepts related to Apache Solr as well as several of its features
  • Create a Banana Dashboard to visualize the real time analytics happening on live streaming data after getting an understanding of components and structure of Banana Dashboard
  • Visualize where does Hive fit in Hadoop Ecosystem, its Architecture as well as how exactly it works
  • Develop an understanding of how data can be stored in structured form in Apache Hive. In depth knowledge of several of its components
  • Develop and Visualize the data in the form of Graphs, Histograms, Pie Charts etc. using another Hadoop Ecosystem tool (notebook) called Apache Zappelin
  • Develop the concepts of Natural Language Processing and integrate them all to develop a working NLP application
  • Develop basic building blocks of Natural Language Processing and write associated python scripts
  • Build a machine learning model using Python for the application going to be built

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