It's that time of year again, nominations for Salesforce MVP are once again open. (If you are unfamiliar with what a Salesforce MVP is and the process, I wrote about this last July.) Nominating someone for MVP can be quite an overwhelming task. Where does one start? There are so many people in this Ohana … Continue reading PSSST….Here are my picks for #SalesforceMVP
As I sit here, recovering from my first ever #DreamFlu, I reflect on the overwhelming awesomeness that I experienced last week during Dreamforce. There are so many fantastic memories that were made last week, but here are my key takeaways. WIT Dreamforce started off with a visit to the Women Who Dev User Group … Continue reading Dreamforce 2017 Recap
Well hello there, blog reader! It's been awhile and that is solidly MY fault.... A few things have happened since my last blog post, and it's time to catch up! One of the first things you may have noticed in the title of this post is "MVP." In September, I was honored with the title … Continue reading MVP, India Dreamin, Dreamforce…OH MY!
Appetizers Sooooooo, you finally read the blogs, taken the Trails, seen the YouTube videos, attended the Lightning Now Tour, watched the Lightning Webinars, seen all the amazing slides from the AMAZING #AwesomeAdmin Superheroes and now you FINALLY decided to join the cool kids? You probably have some questions that you are asking yourself, where do … Continue reading Lightning in a Box – An Admins Greatest Friend
If you work in the Salesforce ecosystem for any period of time, you start to hear mentions of "Salesforce MVPs" basically daily, whether it be on Twitter, Success Community, or during User Group meetings. So, what is a Salesforce MVP and how does one earn this title? According to Salesforce, "MVPs help millions of Trailblazers … Continue reading Salesforce MVP Nominations
Training remote workers doesn’t have to be any more difficult than in person training. Follow these three tips, and you’ll have your end users feeling like Salesforce Superheroes in no time!
It started with a random question in a DM via Twitter. A fellow member of the Ohana, Brian Naylor, confessed that he has just failed a Salesforce certification exam and was beating himself up over it. Brian asked me if this was common and if I could offer some perspective and advice. I knew EXACTLY … Continue reading You Shall Not Pass: Dealing with Salesforce Certification Failure
For anyone who has a org where an Account has a ton of fields and related lists and has a lot of historical records than you really should be using Lightning. Lightning App Builder (in my opinion should be called 'Lightning Page Builder') enables you to redesign the way a user interacts with the system allowing … Continue reading Lightning App Builder
My recent trip to Atlanta to attend and speak at Southeast Dreamin was so awesome, I had to split it up into 2 posts. If you missed the Day 1 recap, please go check it out here. March 31st was the official start of the conference, and began with a very entertaining opening keynote from … Continue reading Don’t wake me..I’m Dreamin! Southeast Dreamin, Day 2
This time last week, I was lucky enough to attend the awesome Salesforce Community Led Event, Southeast Dreamin in Atlanta, Georgia. For those unfamiliar, this event, and other community events listed on this site, was created by Salesforce users for others in the community to learn and network. If you haven't attended a regional event, I … Continue reading Don’t wake me, I’m Dreamin… Southeast Dreamin that is! Day 1