If only it was easy to learn something new every day, right? With the right technology, it is extremely easy & free!
Becoming wiser every day seems like a daunting task, but lucky for us, it’s 2016. Sometimes you find a website so great that you need to share it with everyone!
I recently discovered SkillShare, which lets users creates 10 – 30-minute video courses, which teach you a new skill.
You can do as many lessons as you please per day. Each course can consist of 10+ videos, all covering a lesson related to the ultimate goal of teaching you the entire skillset when finished with the course. With our busy lifestyles, it’s often very difficult to dedicate time to learn something new.
After you pick topics that interest you, SkillShare selects courses based on those topics. These courses are broken down into lessons which you can consume on the go. Some days you’ll only have time to fit in one 10 minute lesson. Other times you can spend hours and hours consuming lesson after lesson. This is a great way to learn something new every day as you have full control over the pace you learn.
Some days you’ll only have time to fit in one 10 minute lesson. Other times you can spend hours and hours consuming lesson after lesson. This is a great way to learn something new every day as you have full control over the pace you learn.
Not only does SkillShare allow you to learn something new at your own pace, but it is also completely free. However, there are certain courses that require premium membership. If you’d like to upgrade to premium, you’ll have access to all the courses on the website.
However, there are plenty of free courses on a wide variety of subjects which don’t require you to make any payment. Free knowledge at your fingertips! You really don’t have an excuse for not learning something new every day!
I wouldn’t usually create an article exclusively talking about a website or company, however SkillShare’s vision aligns with our values and I feel it will help the Eclectic Elite readers, which is why I decided to create this post.
Just to clarify, this is not a sponsored post and is not in any way affiliated with SkillShare