104 - FwTK: Pie in the Face, Beatdowns, Niche Markets, Insecure Philosophers, and Angry on Facebook

Today we squeezed in an episode before some weekend travel.  We talk about conflicting moral intuitions on violence and just deserts, how the market empowers small groups without disempowering anyone else, why good ideas don't need subsidies, and how entertaining self-serious Facebookers can be.…


103 - GlockStore Founder Lenny Magill on Sales and Why Problem Solving Beats a Resume

Lenny Magill is the founder and CEO of Glockstore, the largest retailer of Glock weapons, accessories, and parts in the world. The online store at Glockstore.com alone serves over 250,000 customers around the globe. Lenny is also very well known in the shooting community for his videos on shooting…


102 - FwTK: The Future is the Present, You Just Don't Know it Yet...

Today TK's new mic got us a little distracted and caused some racially uncomfortable moments.  We got over it. We dove into how weird it is that TK doesn't care to check tasks off his list after he's done them and how obsessed I am with list-checking.  We discussed the danger of believing you are…


101 - The Football Episode

This episode is all about football. Cameron Sorsby, Levi Morehouse, and Ian Vanhover join the show to break down everything from the start of the NFL season. From week one results to Tom Brady’s suspension, and how to create winning cultures. Also covered in this episode: Is it weird to share a…


Praxis Customer Reviews

We opened up customer reviews on the Praxis Facebook page, and in the first day, we got some amazing feedback! "I spent September 2015 - July 2016 in the Praxis program. It was without a doubt the most productive and wonderful year of my life. I started the program as an 18-year-old high school…


100 - Kylon Gienger on the Launch of The Succesful Dropout

Kylon Gienger is a serial entrepreneur and the creator of The Successful Dropout Podcast. Since dropping out of college during freshman year, Kylon has founded and co-founded companies in the construction, fitness, food, and online education industries. Seeing the ineffectiveness of traditional…


99 - FwTK: Quality of Life, School Sadness, Costly Resumes, Listener QA, and the Mandela Effect

Today we hit tons of stuff.  TK and I open with a discussion of how small amounts of money or time can pay huge quality of life dividends.  We lament the sadness of forcing kids into schools, discuss why a bad resume is like asking someone to pay you for nothing, and then dive into tons of listener…


98 - How Tim Chermak Quit College, Learned Marketing, and Started a Company that Generates $50k/Month

Tim Chermak is the founder of Platform, the digital marketing agency for real estate agents. Tim created his education outside of the school system, consistently invested in himself, and learned valuable skills to build a career and a company. If you are or want to be an entrepreneur, you’ll love…


97 - FwTK: Beauty, Objectivity, and Suge Knight

TK is back this week as we explore whether or not beauty is objective, the difference between morality and justice, why the least applicable advice is the best, and what legendary rap producer Suge Knight had to say about Praxis. Recommendations: On the Origins of Money by Carl Menger, Toward an…