Freebie Friday: 4-Hour Chef, Productive Entrepreneur, Rosetta Stone and more [Deal of the Day]

Freebie Friday: 4-Hour Chef, Productive Entrepreneur, Rosetta Stone and more [Deal of the Day]

We’re finishing off the week with a round-up of some solid freebies for designers, entrepreneurs, and linguists. Enjoy these freebies:

Learn to learn by learning to cook. Bestselling author Tim Ferris teaches meta-learning by bringing you along as he meets the world’s quickest learners and top chefs.

Six tutorials and courses designed to teach business hacks and lifestyle optimization techniques to aspiring entrepreneurs.

Over $1,000 worth of design assets including illustrations, vector packs, brushes, fonts, tutorials and more.

Choose 10 free design assets per day for 10 days. That’s over 100 high-resolution stock images, vectors, and illustrations to enhance your creative projects.

$270 off today’s most intuitive language learning technology (select language sets only). CD-ROM or Digital Download.

Check this deal out, and many others at!

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  1. John
    August 30, 17:43 Reply

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