3 Ways To Be Valuable When You Don’t Know How To Do Anything (*Cough* Millennials)

Today’s post is from guest contributor Casey McGoff. Casey writes often at caseymcgoff.com on how young people can find alternatives to college and be successful after opting out. Check out his previous contribution to the Praxis blog.  As millennials, most of us don’t have any real, tangible, marketable skills. The one thing we might know how to do is…

Is ‘Follow Your Passion’ Good Advice, or Cheesy Claptrap?

There are numerous excellent articles and books advocating the idea that you should follow your passion, live your dreams, only do things that you love. There are numerous excellent articles and books advocating the idea that you should just master something people value, rather than what you value, and that will earn you the money and…

Keep the Elephants in Your Parade

“You don’t let the guy with the broom control how many elephants are in the parade.” -Merlin Mann If you decide to throw a parade, then it’s inevitable that you’re going to create a mess. If you create a mess, then someone has to come along after the parade is done and clean the mess up. That…