10. A Saint of your specific workplace
If there’s a Saint associated with your specific workplace—like the Augustine Institute—call on that Saint! You have quite a few options if your place is associated with an order, like a Jesuit college; your particular building may even be named after a Saint.
11. A Saint of your diocese or region
Catholic dioceses are rightfully thankful for their patrons. Cardinal Raymond Burke would often invoke Saint Louis, King of France, when he was archbishop of St. Louis. To the northwest you have St. Charles, Missouri, where just as many people pray with St. Charles Borromeo as with St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, the great missionary who established her first of many schools there. The Saints of your diocese or region have been entrusted with a great mission; all the better to call on them.
12. A Saint of your vocation
Priests and religious have many options to choose from, and often there is a particular Saint that helped lead them to their vocation. Married laymen can look to St. Louis Martin and St. Thomas More. A married woman might find Servant of God Elisabeth Leseur inspiring. The important thing here is to pray with a Saint specifically keyed to how you live your vocation.