I believe it's important to consider one's motives when embarking on a new endeavor or rising up to a new challenge. I was reminded of this idea the other day while listening to episode 80 the CRM MVP podcast . While discussing reasons why NOT to become an MVP, Gus reminded me how important a strong WHY is in driving the persistent pursuit of a goal. Without a strong WHY, it's easy to fall into one of two camps. The first is filled with those who lose drive and momentum, never reaching their goal at all. The other has those who attain their goal but are so satisfied in reaching the goal in itself that they abandon all they've worked for. All that to say... I thought it helpful to consider and record my motivation for starting this blog: To give back To inspire and encourage To challenge and better myself To give back Giving back means sharing my ideas, tips and tricks I discover, and any new features I stumble upon or learn about. I owe it to others who have done just t
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- Other Apps
As I've continued to work in D365 this year, I've learned so many new things. I find myself experimenting with new features and going places few on the internet have documented, often attempting to use things Microsoft has yet to publish documentation for. It's a fun place to be, and I've loved building my expertise in the Power Platform. I've decided I want to begin documenting my journey through D365 and the Power Platform, sharing what I learn/discover and tips/tricks I find along the way. I hope my experiences can benefit others in the community, as I know I've benefited greatly from what so many others have shared.