Lies We Tell Ourselves Part 1: I Don’t Have Enough Time

I’m the first one to admit that I’m a lazy blogger. In fact, if I was to look at all the seven deadly sins and associate with one the most, it would be the sin of sloth. I’m serious, I’m lazy. Now, one thing I used always tell myself whenever something difficult needed to be done…

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The Best Time Management System Is Not Managing Time

best time management system

  Hey my fellow Productive Catholics, in this article I want to talk about something super important. I was reminded of it over the last two weeks because of an interruption in my schedule that occurred and threw everything off. We are going to be talking about the best time management system that hardly anyone…

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5 Ways to Escape the Grip of Fear

No fear

“Let nothing disturb you, Let nothing frighten you, All things are passing away: God never changes. Patience obtains all things. Whoever has God lacks nothing; God alone suffices.” ― Teresa of Ávila There is no surer way to fail at life than to fear.  Fear paralyzes you and makes it so you do nothing, love…

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How to Automatically Track Business Mileage with IFTTT

I’m lazy, so I try to automate things as much as possible.  One things that I hate about being an entrepreneur is having to keep track of things.  I use Evernote to keep track of my receipts and other business documents, but what about tracking mileage? Well…  I am horrible at remembering to track my…

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Brandon Vogt’s Review of the Saint Thomas Institute

New Saint Thomas Institute

I was perusing Brandon Vogt’s site the other day and I stumbled across something really cool.  Brandon is a huge advocate for the New Saint Thomas Institute – a membership site where you can learn theology and apologetics, while at the same time feed orphans and the poor. I’m not going to go into a…

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7 Ways to Automate Your Catholic Business

Automating Your Catholic Business

Most likely if you own a Catholic Business you are a hard worker – and that’s great!  The problem is that if you really want to be effective in your business you not only want to work hard, but you want to build something that’s bigger than yourself. In this article I want to share…

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How Can You Tell When Something Is Expensive?

Dallar Bills

People are funny. You can never guess 100% of the time what people are going to do or how they are going to react to certain situations.  The most unpredictable of all situations is when people have to spend money. Before we go into this article, would you ever spend $1997 for a training course?…

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Execution Trumps Talent Every Time

Seminar room

It’s surprising, and it shocks me every time, but more and more I’m starting to see that execution trumps talent any day of the week. This is true in just about every single aspect of life. It’s very easy for people to make excuses, it’s one of the things we humans are fantastic at. Heck,…

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Using Your Catholic Business as the Ultimate Tithing Machine

Tithing Machine

You wouldn’t think it right off the bat, but owning a Catholic business allows you to do some amazing things when it comes to tithing. Yes, I said tithing… If you are like me, the very word brings discomfort – not because I don’t want to give -but because I usually don’t have much to…

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How to Get Something Done Even When You Don’t Know How

How to Outsource

Everybody has constraints – the best thing that you can do is embrace them. If you’ve heard my story about how I became a Catholic entrepreneur, you know how one of the most frustrating things about being in business is that you never have enough time. Now, just because you don’t have enough time doesn’t…

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