5 ways to put “becoming a saint” at the top of your to-do list

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When taking new resolutions or starting anything, it helps to be a little pragmatic, almost materialistic: how much is it going to cost? How long will it take? etc. It’s no good to be all pie in the sky if you don’t actually do anything concrete.
But as Christians, especially as Catholics, all our work down here has only one purpose: becoming saints. So this should be our #1 priority, and our productivity system need to be ordered towards that one goal. But how does it work?
Let me suggest 5 ways to walk order our productivity system towards sainthood, because after all, if we’re thriving for anything else, are we really productive catholics?

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Coping with stressful changes, your vocation, and the real reason why you need a productivity system

We live in difficult times, and stressful changes are sometimes imposed on us by people and circumstances. Sometimes, too, we choose to changes our life, it gets difficult, and we feel like we’re biting more than we can chew.
These scary times might contain a hidden treasure, offering us the opportunity to think back about what truly matters, find the real function of a productivity system, and make our vocation a real thing.

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To-Do Lists, Strategic Thinking And Focus: The Art Of Defining Useful Tasks

This is the first guest post on Productive Catholic, and I must say that’s it’s pretty darn good.  If you want a great introduction on how to use tasks as a means to get things done, look no further.  Let us know what you think in the comments, and be sure to give Jean-Rémy a…

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