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5 Steps to a Salesforce Career Transition

We’re wrapping up another year and it’s time to look forward. I’ve celebrated with friends who have made #Trailhead Ranger just in time for the end of the year, and friends who are setting goals to accomplish new learnings on

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Dreamforce ’17: Admin Roundup

Wow, what a great week in San Francisco. So much learning and connection. Here’s a roundup of curated content for Admins – divided into three sections a) keynotes to hear what’s next b) talks to be inspired and challenged and

Posted in Implementation Success

BrightStep Partners @ Dreamforce ’17

We’re excited to connect, learn and present at this year’s Dreamforce. This year we’re going to share our learnings on all things people related – how to manage moving and motivating groups of people, and how to assess your own

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The Career Playground

A friend of mine recently asked some advice about helping her son transition into work in technology. She knew I was deeply immersed in tech and Salesforce, and figured that I could help him position himself from a non-tech role

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5 Priorities for Every Solo Salesforce Admin

by Megan Himan and Vered Meir A funny thing happens when you’re a solo administrator managing your organization’s use of Salesforce: 1) no one has any idea of what you actually do, and 2) no one can really write a

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What is a Salesforce MVP, and Why you Should Care

Late Sunday night, I screeched when I got the unexpected news I’d been selected as a Salesforce MVP. I immediately told my husband, who said, “Cool!” and then, “So… what does that mean? And what do you get?” I then

Posted in Best Practice, Community

Data Tools for Every Salesforce Task

Picture this scene – I’m in a hotel room, with my trusty Mac. My favorite PC – bought solely for data-upload related work (some programs still don’t work on Macs, alas) is miles away. I need to upload some data

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