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Today’s episode features my appearance at the Free Cities Podcast hosted by Anthony Caprio, where we talked about Praxis, the importance of becoming your own credential and shedding away things that hold you back .

What makes you come alive is not easy to discover, but you can do it by going via negativa and by eliminating things that are hurting you and which give you pain.

Free Cities Podcast is a new show that advocates decentralization and provides voluntary, market solutions to problems which people face in their daily lives.

Follow up on Free Cities at www.freecitiespodcast.com

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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.

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  • I’ve started to notice more and more private education companies being founded that offer alternatives to the established education system. So far I know of the following: The UnCollege Gap Year: “A 12-month skills-building regimen designed to equip young adults to succeed in the 21st century.” Praxis: “An intensive 10-month program for entrepreneurial young people who want real-world career experience and the best of online education all in one.” Exosphere‘s Entrepreneurship Boot Camps: “An 8-week program at Exosphere’s headquarters in Chile for people who are committed to setting their lives on a new course, combining technical skill acquisition, real business practice, and deep philosophical and intellectual reflection.” I myself work at Exosphere and we’re noticing how more and more people become interested in these alternative programs. What other options are out there that I’m missing?

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  • hey, new to this site and this group. I’m a voluntaryist/abolitionist. I was wondering if anyone was familiar with Bad quaker, either his podcasts or his new book.

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