What skills can help you the most long-term in your career?
According to Business Insider, "Many people don't stay with their first career forever. Or their second. In fact, most people switch a number of times during their life. So skills that persist, like the ability to reason and write, may be a better bet over the long term than something narrowly tailored." 
Why is that?
Because the skills that will ALWAYS be in demand, in any job and any market, are the ability to think and communicate ideas clearly and persuasively.
That's where this course can help you.
Logic is the art (and science) of reasoning well. In this course, you will discover the fundamental principles of critical thinking, which is guaranteed to improve your reasoning skills. Learning logic makes you a more clear and precise thinker, and therefore a better, more persuasive writer, educator, communicator, salesperson, and student in just about every area. Plus, it's fun!
The course covers everything from the laws of thought, to different types of statements, the square of opposition, arguments, and more. It will take you about a month to complete, studying only 20-30 minutes per week (3-4 lectures). I have created printable lecture notes that you can fill in as go, and a review exercise at the end of each section.
Don't take this course just to help you in your career though. Take it to expand and deepen your mind! You will thank yourself for doing it. I promise.
Logic has by far been one of the most useful and universally applicable things I've learned in my college experience.
If for some reason you don't find the course helpful (I'm confident you will), then you can get a full refund within the first 30 days. So, you truly have no risk here.
Hit the "Take This Course" button and enroll today!
I plan to add a lot more content soon (which means the price will go up), so enroll now to get the best deal and let's get started!
See you in the course!
 Max Nisen, "11 Reasons To Ignore the Haters and Major In The Humanities," Business Insider, June 27, 2013
Hi I'm James, a full-time teacher with over 6 years of experience in the classroom. I have a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and a M.A. in Science and Religion from Biola University. I teach Philosophy, Science, and Logic classes at a college-prep high school. I'm also a writer and musician in my spare time.