This post is targeted primarily at those folks that may have been laid off because of the recent turmoil and have been asking themselves, “why can’t I find a job?” I pray that God helps you to find a secure and stable source of income for your family, but I also want to give you [...]read more 3 Comments
Thanks to the feedback from the community, I wanted to start a series based around starting a business or side business. I know a number of people who have been laid off during this economic crisis, and I am pretty sure that we haven’t seen the end of it. That being the case, I wanted [...]read more 3 Comments
Hey everybody! For a long time now I have been longing to build a course that was focused on helping Catholics to become entrepreneurs. As I’ve mentioned many times before, you don’t have to open up a Catholic bookstore to own a Catholic business – and that’s what I want to teach in this course. [...]read more 7 Comments
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Probably a touchy subject, but it’s seriously time for a little bit of turbo-charged productivity via Catholic outsourcing. One way to get a lot of things done is to give it to someone else. Thankfully, because of the technologically wonderful world that we live in today, it is [...]read more 2 Comments
Podcast: Play in new window | Download If you are looking for another Catholic site that melds work, productivity, and spirituality – then look no further. The Daily Saint, run by Mike St. Pierre, is a fantastic blog/podcast that really hits at the heart of the Catholic word ethic. He has a plethora of resources [...]read more 16 Comments
As I mention in the video, I am not a guru of the technical side of Google Wave. However, I do believe that the concept of Google Wave itself is something that everyone needs to grasp. Why? Because it is truly going to revolutionize the way that we communicate on the internet.
Google Wave is not email, it is a whole new mode of communication that allows individuals and groups to collaborate around one conversation and with dynamic content. I assure you that, although it may seem mysterious and a waste of time, as more and more people catch on to it you will see how it solves many of the problems that are inherent in email.read more 4 Comments
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 don’t wait that long to do a book review, but there were a lot of suggestions and tips from the author that I wanted to verify actually worked or at least had some value.read more Be the first to comment
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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 that call. Are you sick of me telling you that you need to use your God-given talents to save the Church? Well, guess what… I am sick of saying it! But if you are tired of my ideas on how to tithe your time, what if I were to ask you to use your talents to save your neighbor’s life?read more 2 Comments
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For the past few days, I have been wracking by brain as to how a Catholic view of work and success could be sharply distinguished from a secular view. There are a whole host of people out there like Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferris, and Ramit Sethi that have great ideas on how to be fulfilled in what you do, but is that all that is needed to be completely happy? If it were, just doing what you are passionate about in the most efficient way possible would bring complete happiness and there would be no need for religion or philosophy at all. To me, there had to be something lacking in secular methods of productivity.read more Be the first to comment