- I don’t know if you are a freelancer.
- Even if you have a corporate job, you might still do some work on the side in today’s world.
- You must also take responsibility for your professional development training
I was inspired to share this information with you. If you are so inclined, take a look at the list and decide if it is something that interests you or something that will improve your skills. Spoiler alert: Coursera and UC Irvine have a course I created. It’s called Work Smarter, not Harder. This is not a sales pitch. This is not a situation in which I make any commission. I won’t know if you have taken any class unless and until you tell me. The list is not only useful for freelancers but also has many valuable courses that are applicable to all of us. Take a look at Decision Making Strategies if you struggle to make decisions. Pitching Yourself is a great resource for anyone who has trouble selling their ideas to their bosses and colleagues. Are you looking to improve your communication skills? Write Better Emails. Do you want to feel more confident with your finances? You might like to try Personal Financial Well-Being. Are you more comfortable using spreadsheets? Excel: Tracking Data Easily, Efficiently and Easily. Perhaps next year you will plan a marriage. Your Success Month is about organizing a wedding. You can be the person everyone looks up to for the latest digital media trends. Digital Marketing Trends. These are just a few of the many…Oh, right, it’s called Top 75 Online Courses For Freelancers To Improve Their Game; these are just a few of the 75 courses. It is convenient to see all of the courses on one page. Some courses offer a free trial or are available at no cost. Others have different pricing structures. Although I don’t know your budget, many classes seem affordable and provide good value for money. Which one should I choose?