I’d say that Google is on a mission to make itself the “Swiss Army Knife of the Internet”
With their document processors: Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides. It’s fair to say that they are not that far off.
Here is a tutorial on how to get started with Google Docs.
EViews is my software of choice in conducting a Statistical Analysis, whether it be a descriptive analysis, modeling, forecasting, or even simple graphing, if the data has a time element to it, called a time-series data. Examples of Time Series data could be a country’s GDP, or a company’s daily stock price.
Here is a tutorial on how to do a basic descriptive analysis using EViews
Evernote usefulness is its online and offline accessibility in whatever platform, I personally use it on my Android Phone whenever I encounter something interesting or something crosses my mind.
Here is a Tutorial on how to use this amazing note taking tool.
After being published for more than 2 Millennia ago by the Chinese Philosopher Lao Tzu in Tao Te Ching, we all know how that saying goes.
But as I was laboring to finish all these tutorial programs, I cannot help reflect on how timeless and relevant that quote is today as it was during the time of Lao Tzu.
Most of us would follow the Second Habit, Beginning with the End in Mind. All though it is a good habit to follow, we often forget that for us to achieve our dreams, we should be able to travel the way that leads towards it.
It is so easy to tell ourselves that “I’ll do it tomorrow” or “I’ll do it when I’m …” or “I’ll get started once …”
Our greatest obstacles are not ourselves, but our own procrastination, our complacency in enjoying safety and familiarity, and fearing pain and the unknown.
Our greatest weapons against these obstacles are these habit: Perseverance, Ambition, and Courage. They are called habits because, as Stephen Covey would say, they are timeless virtues that would resonate through the ages.