Wednesday Wrap-Up: Writing Workshop w/ Craig Biddle

Every week at Praxis, participants and alumni gather for Praxis Wednesdays, weekly group sessions designed to hone intellectual ability and build practical skills applicable to the professional world. These sessions cover everything from academic subjects — philosophy, history, and economics — to technical skills participants can use in their careers — such as writing, marketing,…

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Salary Requirements, Follow-Up Emails, and Quitting Your Job | Office Hours Podcast

In this episode, TK and Isaac break down three common professional challenges–how to talk with your employer about the salary you want, sending follow-up emails, and the professional way to move on from a job. Questions: My employer wants to hire me full time and is asking me for a salary requirement, how do I answer?…

Praxis. Get a full time job in 9 months. No degree required and mo reason to hate college.

The Rough Draft Mindset | Forward Tilt Podcast

Vague and general questions get vague and general answers. If you want valuable input from others, create something first and then ask for feedback on it. In this week’s Forward Tilt Isaac talks about the rough draft mindset–an approach to getting more valuable feedback from others by creating first and then reaching out for support. Whether…

Praxis. Get a full time job in 9 months. No degree required and mo reason to hate college.

It All Started with Daily Blogging | Forward Tilt Podcast

Tiny daily acts of creation have immense compounding power. Something as simple as committing to blogging every day can lead to a complete change in direction. For Isaac, daily blogging started as a way to break out of a period of dissatisfaction. But the small commitment led to massive changes and directly to the decision…

The Praxis Blog’s Greatest Hits: Our Most Popular, Valuable and Controversial Blog Posts of All Time

It’s been over three years since we wrote our very first blog post on the Praxis blog. Since then we’ve written over 500 blog articles and we’ve got no intentions of stopping. Looking back through the archives, it’s fun to see that although parts of the hard product have changed, the vision of the program…