About T.K.

tk (2)First and foremost, I love ideas. I’ve been moved by the beauty and grace of concepts ever since I was a kid. I believe that to learn is to expand one’s sense of self; to study is to broaden one’s horizons; and to ask questions is to open doors to new possibilities. To engage the world with a sense of wonder, curiosity, and reverence for the possible is, in my opinion, one of life’s greatest pleasures and privileges. I’m convinced that we’re all born into this world with an innate impulse to playfully learn and passionately test the so-called boundaries of imagination. As an educator, my hope is to inspire others to reawaken their natural love for learning. As a coach, my mission is to convince as many people as possible that they have the permission and power to be the predominant creative forces in their own lives. This website is just one of many spaces were I explore and express those convictions.

If you’re looking for a more formal bio, feel free to use the one I’ve written below. If you want to know more about my professional pursuits, I invite you to connect with me on LinkedIn.

Formal Bio:

T.K. Coleman is the Education Director for Praxis, a 9-month apprenticeship program that combines a traditional liberal arts education with practical skills training, 1-on-1 coaching, group discussions, professional-development workshops, and real-world business experience.

T.K. is a native of Chicago and a resident of Los Angeles. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy & Comparative Religion from Western Michigan University and has worked as a licensed financial adviser for American Express, a Corporate Trainer for National Seminar Group, and a teacher/trainer for the Continuing Education Divisions at Graceland University and Rockhurst University.

T.K. is an avid student of self-determinism, creativity, & philosophy. He blogs regularly here at tkcoleman.com and at the Praxis blog.

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