This is the booming age of productivity planners, life hacks, mindfulness journals, and all things success-oriented. It’s not surprising once you consider how much information bombards us each day. The human soul is searching for ways to figure out and focus on what is most important for a fulfilling life.

Sam Mauck, Director of Youth, Campus, and Young Adult Ministry, has taught college time management classes, advised student, parish, and civic organizations in project planning, and mentored staff members in personal productivity. At our next ToT, he will discuss his own challenges with “life management” and how he’s learning (even as a 42 year old father of 3) to put his life in right order for the greater glory of God.

Place: Fox Ridge Pizza

Time: 6:30 PM
Date: Monday, February 11


About Our Speaker:

Sam Mauck is the Director of Youth, Campus, and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Memphis. He has a Bachelors Degree in psychology from Tennessee Technological University and a Masters in social psychology and counseling from Ball State University. His professional experience runs the gamut of student affairs from Intramural Sports Coordinator to Campus Minister to Dean of Students.

Sam is a self-proclaimed Ignatian Spirituality enthusiast and lover of basketball, theater, and notebooks. He is married to his wife, Jessica, with whom he has three children: Augustine born in May 2015, Gabriel born in October 2016, and Bernadette in August 2018.