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Free Career Training for Corporate Professionals and Micro-Business Entrepreneurs

I’m really excited to share a couple of valuable gifts with my readers. For those of you who are working your way up the corporate ladder, Aspiratech Training has just released the “Succeeding as a New Manager” online training course. ¬†The course presents both the hard and soft skills you need to learn to succeed after your first promotion into management.

Succeeding as a New Manager

You can use the following coupon URL to get the course for free:

Click here for free enrollment in Succeeding as a New Manager






If you are an entrepreneur who is still mastering your marketing, and particularly if you are also an introvert, Awaken Business Consulting’s “Introvert Marketing Masterclass” is the ticket. The course is co-taught by a group of very successful introvert entrepreneurs, who share their tips and techniques for finding the way of marketing that magnetizes the right customers/clients to you, instead of your feeling like you are chasing them.

Introvert Marketing Masterclass free couponYou can use the following URL to get that course free:

Click here for free enrollment in the Introvert Marketing Masterclass

Whatever path you are on, I hope these free courses will be a valuable¬†part of your journey of success. And please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below with your feedback on the courses, or even suggestions for further courses you believe would advance your career. Really, whatever the subject there is a good chance I can get access to or create a free (or at least very low cost) training on the subject. So don’t be shy. Cheers to your success!

Indigo Ocean

Indigo Ocean

Indigo is the author of "Being Bliss" and "Micro Habits for Major Happiness." She has been a prolific entrepreneur and innovator who has founded several companies and service projects. Indigo currently focuses on her writing and her service project at TheWinningStart.com

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