Our 2 month course equips young aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills and experiences to lay the foundation for a successful professional life.
Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking. It’s not about owning a business, selling products, or making lots of money. It’s about choosing to be creative in everything you do. It’s about treating life itself as an art. It’s about learning to see ordinary things in an extraordinary way. It’s about learning to approach everyday tasks with a sense of playfulness and adventure. Most importantly, entrepreneurship is about becoming a better version of yourself and inspiring others to do the same.
No matter what you choose to do with your life, there are two basic approaches you can take:
1) You can do what everyone else is doing.
2) You can think like an entrepreneur and create your own unique path.
Through daily lessons and engaging exercises, our 60-day course equips young aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to lay the foundation for a successful professional life.
1) How to Figure Out What You Want to Do (And How to Do It Well)
2) How to Evaluate Your Thinking and Become an Idea Machine
3) How to Build a Digital Personal Brand That Sells
4) How to Practically Apply What You Learn
5) How to Make Your Work Fun
6) How to Share Your Ideas with Confidence and Composure
T.K. Coleman is the Education Director for Praxis. He has coached dozens of young people and top performers from all stages of life. He's the author of hundreds of articles and is a frequent speaker on education, entrepreneurship, freedom, personal growth, and creativity. T.K. is a relentless learner who's probably read more books this month than most people will all year. T.K. has been involved in numerous startups and has professional experience ranging from the entertainment to financial services industries and academia. Learn more about T.K. at discoverpraxis.com/meet-the-
Praxis Director of Education
After co-founding Praxis, I've had a lot of young people from all walks of life ask me what they can start learning and doing now to help prepare them for professional success in the real world.
School today offers these young students few resources.
While they can learn a lot in their science, history and math classes, they are by and large short changed when it comes to building the foundations of a successful professional life.
But this kind of learning is essential.
Young people today graduate high school with an accumulation of facts and experiences but little understanding of how to put these into practice. This disconnect between content consumption and content creation has left them disenfranchised with education as a whole.
And who can blame them?
School is boring. It's uninspiring. And it's unproductive.
I created this course with my coworkers at Praxis to solve this problem.
We asked successful entrepreneurs "What are the things they wish they had learned in high school that would have helped them succeed earlier in life?" and we put it all together in this course.
Knowledge and Skills You'll Use Forever
The tools you'll gain in this course are meant to last a lifetime. Whether you're 14 or 45, entrepreneurial thinking and creative intelligence are essential parts of a successful personal and professional life. No more "take the test and forget the material," our course never goes out of date.
Permanent Access, at Your Pace
You'll take the class completely at your own pace (you never need to be online at a specific time), and all of the course materials are available to you FOREVER.
Offer for a Free 20 Minute Coaching Session if You Successfully Complete the Program
Students who complete the course and submit their final projects will have the opportunity to participate in a private training session with T.K. to help them take the next steps beyond the course.
Register now! I can't wait to see you in class!
"My Praxis education experience has been fantastic. In high school, I always felt a disconnect between what I learned in school and what I needed to learn to start my life off well. Praxis makes a strong connection between the two."
- Nick Tucker, 19 (Praxis Participant)
"I have always been a “do-er.” Sure I enjoy sitting around to contemplate ideas and talk in abstracts, but getting work done and solving problems is what I love to do. A Praxis education experience embodies getting work done. This course is the ideal experience to prepare a teen for a life of entrepreneurship."
- Tamina Zaheri, 21 (Praxis Participant)