Multitasking and Stewardship of the Mind

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I read something this morning that really got me thinking. I was especially intrigued because I have been so busy lately that I find it hard to tackle so many different tasks at once. Certainly, trying to hard to multitask seems to work against a primary characteristic of an everyday steward: mindfulness. How can I give freely and completely of gifts in the present when I am trying to do too many things at once?

Follow the link below to Jessica Schaeffer’s interesting article on the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics Daily Blog. She is a young writer that I have found has maturity beyond her years. I have always loved reading her writing and I hope you will get something out of her latest creation.

Multitasking and Stewardship of the Mind

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About Tracy Earl Welliver

Tracy Earl Welliver is the Director of Parish Community and Engagement for LPi and an active member of Saint Pius X Catholic Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he previously served as Pastoral Associate for 22 years. Saint Pius X received the Archbishop Murphy Award in 2009 from the ICSC. Tracy is a writer, speaker, and teacher in the areas of stewardship, engagement, catechesis, and strengths theory, and has worked with Catholic communities throughout the US, Australia, and New Zealand. You can read Tracy’s Everyday Stewardship column in LPi’s CONNECT!, a bimonthly lectionary-based liturgy preparation publication. His writing can also be read on his Nutshell Blog, The Main Thing Blog, and in contributions to Catholic TechTalk. He also serves on the faculty for the ICSC Stewardship Institutes. Tracy has theology degrees from DeSales University and Duke Divinity School. He has been married 23 years and he and his wife, Mariann, have 3 children.

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