We’re kicking off the new year with a renewed focus on making you a better version of yourself in 2020.
We don’t have to tell you that skills relating to data analysis are increasingly in demand in today’s workplace. Study after study shows that skills like data and business analysis are becoming essential in jobs ranging from finance to HR and marketing to manufacturing.
We want to invite you to join us on this journey and invest in yourself in 2020. Make the most of the opportunities that come your way by taking a course (or two, or more) that makes you a more valuable asset. We have our excellent classroom and virtual training options but we also have our online courses available to you.
We’ve got 14 data analytics courses, all with excellent reviews, available for you right now! For the next 4 days we’re offering a discounted price of just $9.99 for each course! You need to sign up for the course today but will then have unlimited access, meaning you can do the course anytime that suits you, this offer expires at midnight GMT on 20 January 2020.
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What did he mean?
A young man approached the foreman of a logging crew and asked for a job.
“Let’s see you fell this tree first” said the foreman. The young man stepped forward and skillfully felled the large tree. The foreman was impressed and said to the young man: “You can start on Monday.”
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday came and went. On Thursday afternoon the foreman came to the young man and said: “You can pick up your pay-check on your way out today.” Startled the young man exclaimed, “But I thought you paid on Friday!” “That’s right,” said the foreman, “but we are letting you go today because you have fallen behind. Our daily felling charts show that you have dropped from first place on Monday to last place today.”
“But I work really hard,” said the young man. “I arrive early, I leave late and I even work through my breaks. Please don’t just fire me.”
The foreman knew this to be true, and sensing the young man’s integrity, stopped and thought for a bit. Then he asked: “Have you been sharpening your axe?”
The young man replied: “No sir. I have been working too hard to take time for that.
Work smarter, not harder.
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