I’m blessed to be living life in the sweet spot. I’m pretty good with data & technology. I love to share my passion with people who I can help level up their use of data & technology. And I get paid to do this.
SO when I think of 2020, I have great plans to have even more impact. To help even more people and level up their use of data & technology.
My goals are based around being in front of 1,000’s of American Small Business Owners and Filipino Entrepreneruers, Analysts & Data Scientists. I plan to equally share my time with the two groups who I think I can help most, both in my home country and the adopted country I love.
So to that end, here is a first in a series of YouTube videos addressing where I am and where we are going in 2020.
Daniel Meyer heads Sonic Analytics, an analytics firm with offices in Manila, the San Francisco Bay Area and Ocala, FL. With over 20 years in Big Data, Dan is one of the most sought-after public speakers in Asia and offers big data coaching and analytics training seminars on both sides of the Pacific. Dan has also recently joined the Powerteam International family as a small business analytics resource speaker.
Sonic Analytics(www.sonicanalytics.com) brings big data analytics solutions like business intelligence, business dashboards and data storytelling to small and medium sized organizations looking to enhance their data-driven decision-making capabilities. We also advocate the use of analytics for civic responsibility through training, consulting and education.
As citizens of this great democracy, we need to look at the data (analytics), plan a course of action (strategy) and share our data-driven viewpoints (presentation). This approach to a data savvy work force starts in school. So, we started an internship program to empower our youth to use Analytics, plan Strategy and Present their insights… ASP!
When not training current and future analysts, you can find Dan championing the use of analytics to empower data-driven citizenship by volunteering his expertise with schools and non-profits dedicated to evidence-based social progress like Saint Leo University’s Women in STEAM 2020 Conference.