Another classic from the Curt Jester - "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Religious"
Before you can adopt one of the the seven habits, you'll need to accomplish a "paradigm shift"--a change in perception and interpretation of magisterial fidelity. You need to move away from polyester pantsuits with sensible shoes and a heterodox faith. Stephen R. Convent walks you through how it is that it is obedience to Christ and his Church and not the latest in social engineering or the latest fad created by university professors that make a religious order highly effective. That it is not labyrinths but liturgy, prayer not progressive's talking points, dying to Christ not dialogue the point of which is to evangelize the Church with the culture instead of the other way around.