Reader Question: How Do You to Find Catholic Jobs?

Catholic Jobs

A blog reader recently left the comment below. “Dean, Any thoughts on how a Catholic male in his fifties might seek employment with Catholic organizations if he has minimal technical skills and has been unemployed for quite some time?” First off, I will be praying for you and your unemployment situation.  I am sorry that…

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005 PC Podcast: Interview with Matthew Warner from flockNote

Mathhew Warner, the creator of flockNote

If you are involved with Catholic social media, then you will love this interview. This episode features Matthew Warner, the creator of flockNote and the author of the blog Fallible Blogma. We discuss how a father, husband, and Catholic managed to become an entrepreneur and create a valuable service to parishes and catholic organizations around…

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Book Review: Escape from Cubicle Nation

Wow, I had a few paragraphs written about this book already and the – BOOM! – my browser crashed and I lost everything.  Maybe that was a sign from God that my original review was pretty crappy.  Well, first off I want to say that I finished this book about a month ago.  Usually I…

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How to Build Your Small Business Infrastructure on the Cheap

A lot of small businesses nowadays feel that they have to go big with the latest and greatest technologies.  The problem is that much of the “latest and greatest” technologies are really just expensive and don’t provide the bang for your buck that many open source and web-based products provide.  The sad thing is that,…

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FreshBooks: An Entrepreneur's Best Friend

I’ve had my own IT consulting business for a couple of months now.  It’s called Pro Sulum, LLC, and right off the bat I was able to make a good impression to multiple customers. Aside from trying to be the best at what I do, and save my customers as much money as possible on…

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In This Economy, People Need You to Invest in Them

Video runtime: 4 1/2 minutes. Although the media has been alluding to the idea that the economy is turning upward, the continual rise of unemployment seems to paint a different picture.  However, this post is not a political one.  This article is a call for help, and you are the only person that can answer…

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Confessions of a Clueless Entrepreneur

So for the past 3 months, my cousin Brett and I have been working on a web startup that we will be launching on November 1st of this year.  Now, you are probably thinking, “wow, this guy is a GENIUS.  Not only does he blog, he’s also starting a company that’s going to be HUGE!” …

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Productive Catholic Book Review: Trust Agents

Originally, I was hesitant to do book reviews on this blog because I wasn’t sure if they were appropriate for it’s theme. But after reading Trust Agents, my tune was changed. In fact, this particular book – while its direct subject is not productivity – it indirectly teaches its readers to leverage social media to…

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5 Catholic Social Networking Sites That You Should Know About

Social networking is the quickly becoming the premiere means of developing strong and communicative groups that would otherwise be unable to function on a large scale.  Unfortunately, not everyone is jumping on the web 2.0 bandwagon as quickly as they should (Catholic Church… I’m looking in your direction…).  While it may be forgivable for a…

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8 Catholic and Not-So-Catholic Sites for a Free Education

Education has always been an integral part of the Church since its creation. Now, before you get all uppity and retort with something like, “yeah, whatever! The Catholic Church repressed Galileo and . . . blah blah” just humor me when I say that the Church is really a friend of education and not its…

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