In this episode, Praxis Director of Education TK Coleman guest hosts to talk about creativity and HTML. Most people think of creativity and associate it with inspiration, living in cool neighborhoods, and eccentricity. But in reality, creativity is a lot more about hard work than it is about cool esthetics. Topics Covered: – The best creators are the ones who know how to get stuff – Why some “Creative” people don’t create results – Creating can be done anywhere at any time – Creativity is the HTML of handwork – Don’t ask “How can I become more creative?” For a free copy of Forward Tilt: An Almanac for Personal Growth go to

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I'm an entrepreneur, thinker, and communicator dedicated to the relentless pursuit of freedom. I'm the founder and CEO of Praxis, an intensive ten-month program combining real world business experience with the best of online education for those who want more than college.


  • I feel like everyone can figure out what to write here. Tell us what you do! – Share your past work – What are you working on now? – Any projects coming up?

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  • I want to add a tip jar at the end of my page where I can send a link to paypal or bitcoin. Jeffery Tucker has a great example of what I am looking for on his page. Does anyone know how to do this?

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  • Who’s game for joining me in a MOOC on Creativity, Innovation, and Change? I like to think of myself as being a creative person, and am always on the lookout for new ideas and techniques.  I like the outline of this Penn State course, which starts on the 14th of July and it occurred to me that it would be even greater if it were packed with liberty-loving individuals so I’m sharing details of it here. If you do decide to join, please PM me and we can compare notes as we go along. Here’s what they say about this 6 week course: Creativity, Innovation, and Change In 2013, over 130,000 people from more than 190 countries came together in this MOOC to explore creativity, innovation, and change. What did we DO? We discovered creative uniqueness through Creative Diversity. We used Intelligent Fast Failure to build innovative skills. And we applied CENTER principles to drive personal change. That was CIC 1.0, and it was a BLAST! Now we’re back – and even better than before – with some new faces and fresh ideas to help you develop your creative potential, so you can enhance and transform your business, your community, and your personal life. This is CIC 2.0 … and we’re ready to ROCK! Here’s the link to the Full Course Details on Coursera. Did I mention that there’s no cost?

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