4 Steps to Post-College Personal Branding

Jumping into the real world after college graduation can be overwhelming. Often the things you think the job market needs aren’t the things that actually matter. However, taking control of your personal brand is one of the best ways to get started. There’s never a bad time to get started on building your own personal…

Why I Created a 44-Page Resume

Today’s blog post is a guest submission from Daniel Myers, a senior chemistry major, German minor, and soon to be 2016 graduate at the University of the South. Daniel has a passion for innovation in any and every field, from science and technology to art and literature. He enjoys taking the entrepreneurial route in his work…

How I Broke the Rules of Success (and Succeeded Anyway)

Today’s post is a guest submission from Leisa Miller, a 20-year-old American currently living in Warsaw, Poland. Leisa is a college drop-out, autodidact, world traveler, polyglot, classically trained violinist, phonetician, and writer with (in her words) “entrepreneur-ish tendencies”. Follow Leisa’s blog Fishing for Failure at leisamichelle.com. If you want to submit a guest post to the…

On Personal Equity: Who Owns Shares of You?

Writing and creativity are key parts of the Praxis program. Today’s post is republished from Praxis participant Mitchell Earl’s personal blog. Go check out his work, or read his previous post on the Praxis blog, “A Simple Strategy for Better Conversations.”   Take-Home Message: Be smart about who you let influence you. Motivation speaker Jim Rohn famously coined…

The Challenges of Living Free

Today’s post was written by current Praxis participant Taylor Foreman. Learn more about participants like Taylor here. This piece was originally published on Taylor’s personal blog. Sartre told us that we are radically free. Freedom is in every choice we make, and anytime we convince ourselves that we are not free, we are actually living…