Are Most Catholic Men Morally Obligated to Be Entrepreneurs?

Catholic Entrepreneurs

I’m about to get into some serious trouble here but it’s something that I truly believe needs to be honestly discussed. There are exceptions of course, but as a general rule Christian men ought to seriously discern whether or not they should earn a living for their family independent of an employer.  In fact, I…

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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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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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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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Three False Ideas about Productivity

As I was making my rounds through my favorite entrepreneur and productivity blogs today, I found an article at Lifehack.org that really made me consider the definition of what productivity is.  Rather, I should say that it encouraged me to define what productivity is not so that could better determine what exactly is meant by…

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