Forward Tilt by Praxis

Praxis CEO Isaac Morehouse shares stories and lessons about the future of education and work. The economy is undergoing a massive change. Small startups are replacing giant companies and creating entirely new industries at a rapid pace. Entrepreneurship is reshaping our world, but higher education remains the same stale and rigid institution. College’s are charging more than ever for increasingly irrelevant degrees. Students are taking on tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt to get an education that doesn’t teach the entrepreneurial skills needed to thrive in the digital world. Forward Tilt brings you the stories and mindsets from the future of education and work. Inspiring lessons of using entrepreneurial mindsets and apprenticeships to build careers. If you are an ambitious young person, ready to set off on your career and entrepreneurial journey, If you are a young professional ready to take your career to the next level, If you are anyone interested in the attitudes and approaches necessary for success in the digital world, Forward Tilt is for you. ------------- Forward Tilt is presented by Praxis, the 12-month apprenticeship at a startup. If you’re young, hungry, and ready to build a great career, apply today.
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Oct 27, 2017

Whether is writing a blog post, creating a video, or making a marketing plan, if you sit around theorizing about the perfect way to do it, you won't get any closer to perfect.

We like to imagine that the longer we have to do something, the more time we have to think and plan and edit the better the end result. But in reality it is almost never extra time that gets us great results, it is extra reps.

In this episode:
- An example from two groups of pottery students
- Perfection is a byproduct
- Mistaking a byproduct for a precondition
- Art and Fear by Bayles and Orland (

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Oct 20, 2017

This week on Forward Tilt, Praxis’ COO Cameron Sorsby guest hosts to share three key traits that separate great young professionals from the pack.

In this episode:

  • What makes a great caddy
  • Learning soft skills
  • Confidence, hustle, judgment

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Oct 13, 2017

The standard approach to getting a job is to go out to a business and with a resume and interview tell employers about your skills and experience.

It’s the equivalent of saying “Here I am, I have skills.”

It creates work for the business to figure out if those skills are relevant, legitimate, or even valuable and as a result, it doesn’t help you find the best opportunities.

The better approach is to do the work yourself and come to a business with a pitch on how you will create value.

Instead of writing about how you have SEO skills, send in an analysis and plan of the companies SEO.

Instead of listing your excel skills, send in a spreadsheet you made that could be valuable for there work.

Instead of saying that you can create value, actually create value and watch how many opportunities it will open for you.

In this episode:

- Product beats paper 
- What a generic resume tells employers
- How Brian Nuckols got his marketing role for Praxis with a value proposition
- Pitching a guest blog post
- Thinking from a businesses perspectives
- The value creation mindset 

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Oct 6, 2017

Vague general questions get vague general answers. If you are looking for valuable information create something first and get specific. 

Whether it is advice on something you are writing or a business idea, you will be able to get a lot better feedback if you ask for opinions on a rough draft instead of an idea. 

In this episode:

  • Editing a draft vs. creating from scratch
  • The rough draft mindset
  • Producing before seeking help
  • Theoretical problems

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