MIND OF MURPH: What I'm teaching at Scaling New Heights 2015

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Should you attend one or both sessions

Someone wrote me an email asking if they should attend my sessions or if these classes would be over their head.

My personal opinion is that every QB ProAdvisor who handles ‘desktop’ editions should know the information outlined in the ‘Essentials’ class. Over the years some ProAdvisors have studied on their own to learn the concepts I will teach in that class, others are just now starting to learn these concepts in part from classes I have taught over the internet and also from articles which I and others have written. So this class is intended to provide an overview that anyone can use, and perhaps expand upon.

The Super Geek class is geared toward those ProAdvisors who are, or who want to be, (what I term) data specialists, especially as it relates to figuring out where problems lie with respect to their client’s reported 'desktop' issues. There will be some attending because they want to become the ‘next generation’ of QuickBooks desktop diagnosticians and repair techs, and are looking for additional ways to perform these job roles. My responsibility, in this class, will be to give them a group of skills with which to begin or expand their current expertise.

Murph more than 1 year ago

Quickbooks desktop super geeks

Unfortunately I am unable to attend the conference in New Orleans, but I was wondering if any of Murph's classes especially the "Quickbooks desktop super geeks" will be offered online perhaps after the conference.

MJ Williamson more than 1 year ago

Looking forward

Hi Murph, looking forward to Desktop Super-Geek! I would love to attend the Sunday Database essentials, but I get there monday morning :(

hector garcia more than 1 year ago

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