Praxis participants are consistently creating thought-provoking and fun content. This allows them to reflect on new ideas and experiences as well as provide valuable insights into the life of entrepreneurial young people.
Each week, we’ll be sharing some of their latest blog posts and projects. Here’s this week’s batch.
At 18 years-old and just a few months into her apprenticeship experience, Diana is already making a big impact on the MailLift team and developing new professional skills all the time. In the first quarter of 2016, she closed the largest sale in the company’s history and has gained valuable hands-on knowledge of Infusionsoft, Close.io, QuickBooks, and Stripe.
Mitchell breaks down the causal relationship between higher education and personal income and explores how a young person can build a better signal than a college degree. You won’t want to miss this takedown.
Charlie discusses the primary insights he took away from Ash Ambirge’s “You Don’t Need a Job, You Need Guts”, an e-book about how you can turn an idea or passion into a profitable, scalable business.
Ryan is currently reading Thaddeus Russell‘s “A Renegade History” as part of his Praxis education experience. In this post, he explores what types of people have influenced our changing society.
It’s pretty common to find yourself in a professional rut from time to time. Tamina shares her thoughts on why it’s important that you don’t limit yourself to other’s expectations. If you need a kick in the pants right about now, check this out!