Praxis is a word that literally means “doing;” but there is so much more to the word. It is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, embodied, or realized. This blog, Praxis, will discuss the theory and action of capitalists, capitalism, entrepreneurship, economics, and some other things and how to make an impact – a meaningful difference – in your life, your business, and in the lives of the people around you.
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Praxis is a word that literally means “doing;” but there is so much more to the word. It is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, embodied, or realized. This blog (and for that matter, this website and business) is the realization and the embodiment of the skills developed from years of lessons learned from both theory and action. The combination of this blog, website, and business is my Righteous Path:
This is the time of the year for making predictions. While I don’t believe that anyone has a crystal ball, I do believe in patterns. These predictions are based on my understanding of economic and historical patterns, or cycles, that are based on hundreds, if not thousands, of years of research data. In 2015, I published a white paper entitled Don’t Be Surprised: How Business Owners and Investors can Understand – and Take Advantage of
“Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. Keep putting into practice all that you learned.” — St. Paul (Philippians 4.8-9) My senior year of college, I took a history class at 3 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I enjoyed the class (Tudor-Stuart England), but it was difficult for me to stay focused since basketball
“When a person acts in his own interest, he frequently promotes (the interest) of society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it.” – Adam Smith (A typical Haitian street market) Capital flows to where the expected return is the greatest. I knew this academically as a teacher/professor and I knew this practically as an investor and entrepreneur, as this is what causes stock and business prices to increase or decrease over time. But
Mark J. Aubry
Mark is a contributor, co-founder, and Chief Evangelist for Impact Capitalist. He is Founder/CEO of RHM Ltd. Co, a business system and advisory platform for physicians who want to run their own business and focus on health management, with an emphasis on helping the body heal itself (regenerative health management).
Mark’s Righteous Path is helping business owners and physicians understand, manage, protect, and grow their resources as they pursue their Righteous Path.