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[Reader Discussion] Productivity Bucket List

[Reader Discussion] Productivity Bucket List | ProductiveMuslim

Alhamdulillah, we’ve been sharing many tips and resources on how you can work better and be a truly productive Muslim. Now it’s your turn to help our readers!

Every month, we will host a Productive Muslim’s reader discussion thread where you can share and learn from each other tips that help you become more productive.

Thank you for the many interesting opinions and tips on our last discussion on observing salah when you’re out and about!

The theme for this month actually comes from one of our readers. What’s on your productivity bucket list?

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We’re Looking for Volunteers!

We're Looking for Volunteers! | ProductiveMuslim
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NOTE: APPLICATION PERIOD HAS CLOSED.

ProductiveMuslim started as a simple blog driven by Abu Productive’s vision towards inspiring others to lead productive lives. Today, the blog has developed into an established platform on productivity — managed by a virtual team of more than 20 volunteers from around the globe. The website draws 80,000 unique visitors each month, and holds a strong social media presence with hundreds of thousands of followers across its various platforms.

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A Few Moments of Inspiration: An Interview with Dr.Walid Fitaihi

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A Few Moments of Inspiration: An Interview with Dr.Walid Fitaihi | ProductiveMuslim

“The Miracle of Islam is different. If you put the Qur’an in front of you for hundreds of years and watch it, it will do nothing. […] The true miracle is the ability of this Qur’an to go inside this mind of the human being and bring the miracle of that human being. The true miracle in Islam is you and me, if we want it to be!”- Dr. Walid Fitaihi.

In just few moments of inspiration, the outstanding Saudi Arabian Doctor Fitaihi tells ProductiveMuslim how one could recapture the spark of productivity within him/her.

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