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5 skills to help you launch your own business in 2020

These five courses can help you turn your business goals into a reality in 2020.
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01.20.20
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Whether it's ecommerce, web design, or even running a coffee shop, we've all dreamed about running our own business. But, too many of us leave this aspiration in the dream stage, never getting to experience the freedom that comes with being your own boss.

If you want to make 2020 the year you actually follow through on your entrepreneurial goals, these five courses can help, and they're all available for a fraction of what they usually cost.

1. The Complete Freelancer Master Class Course

stackMSRP: $499 | Sale Price: $15 (96 percent off)

Taught by best-selling author Mike Volkin, this master class contains 13 hours of content and 68 lectures that will teach you how to build your brand, find new clients, innovate products and services, and more—all from the comfort of your own home.

2. The 2020 QuickBooks® Pro Mastery Bundle

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MSRP: $450 | Sale Price: $30 (93 percent off)

No matter which industry you're in, chances are you're going to use QuickBooks to stay on top of your business' finances. Take your QuickBooks skills to the next level with this 22-hour bundle that will teach you everything you need to know about the latest QuickBooks 2020 interface—with instruction that walks you through budget reports, data importation, and more.

3. The Ultimate Facebook Marketing Certification Bundle

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MSRP: $1400 | Sale Price: $29 (97 percent off)

It's no secret that successful advertising on Facebook is one of the most important elements of launching a successful business, and this 30-hour bundle will teach you how to take advantage of everything that this increasingly lucrative platform has to offer.

4. The Ultimate Build Your Dream Business Bundle

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MSRP: $3000 | Sale Price: $30 (99 percent off)

Learn how to earn both active and passive income at home with this 6-course bundle that teaches you about increasing traffic to your website, harnessing new customers, creating eCommerce platforms, and more.

5. The 2020 Premium Learn To Code Certification Bundle

stackMSRP: $2300 | Sale Price: $39 (98 percent off)

Even if you're not planning to work in web development, your business can still benefit from you having some extra coding know-how. This 10-course bundle comes packed with 120 hours of instruction that will walk you through both the basics and more advanced elements of go-to programming languages and platforms like HTML, Java, Ruby, and more. That way, you'll have the power to develop your own business website, create apps, and more without having to hire outside help.

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