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You Can Reach Your Learning Goals With Skillshare's 14 Day Free Trial

If you're looking to learn something new, but want the opportunity to set your own pace, there just might be a tool out there that enables you to do both.

Skillshare, an online learning hub for creatives, future entrepreneurs, and those who want to pick up a unique skill, is offering a free 14 day trial subscription on their Skillshare Premium package.

Although their free membership offers access to free classes only, with their Premium membership, you get access to industry experts right at your fingertips with over 2000 free classes and over 27,000 premium courses. 

Whether you're looking to master creative lettering with Jessica Hische, nail your next presentation with Simon Sinek, or dive into e-commerce essentials with Tracy Wallace, you can watch, make, learn, and discover just about any topic.

Cross crushing goals and learning new skills off your to-do list between meetings, on your lunch break, or turn your pandemic evenings into learning ops with pre-recorded sessions.

Many classes come with worksheets and resources and you can join an online community where you can chat with fellow learners like Neil Patrick Harris and Olivia Wilde.

It’s like homeroom without a classmate who always asks too many questions, and no need for you to wear presentable pants.

To learn more about the 14 Day Free Trial, check out Skillshare’s website.

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