“All I am is a regular guy, a father of six kids, a husband, a writer…but I have accomplished a lot over the last couple of years…”
In this interview with Leo Babauta, bestselling author and founder of top-ranking blog Zen Habits, you will get a glimpse of how he made these pivotal life changes:
Lost almost 70 pounds
Started eating healthier
Read on while Abu Productive sheds light on Babauta’s recipe for success at making big life changes and tips for overcoming common hurdles such as fear of change, lack of motivation, and loss of focus.
Do you have a pile of work that needs to be done but you just can’t come around to doing it? And has this got you feeling distracted and overwhelmed?
If yes, then this interview is for you!
Abu Productive brings you gems and tips from the father of modern-day productivity, David Allen. He also explores how Allen’s renowned “Getting Things Done” (GTD) global movement could relate to and practically enhance the productivity of different individuals regardless of their age, profession or position.
A few weeks ago, ProductiveMuslimah caught up with Sister Maryam Amirebrahimi, a regular author on suhaibwebb.com, a Tae Kwon Do second degree black belt, student of knowledge and hafidha of the Qur’an! In the first part, Sr Maryam told us about how she came to study Arabic, and how she manages her time between so many different activities. This week, she gives us invaluable advice for memorising Qur’an, and how sisters can take an active role within the community.
“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.
Today’s special guest is a contemporary American Muslim resident scholar, educator, founder and instructor at Ella Collins Institute and former imam of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center. Yes, he’s none other than Imam Suhaib Webb!
In this interview, Imam Suhaib Webb reveals to Abu Productive his biggest productivity challenge and how he manages to overcome it. He also gives invaluable advice to youth, discusses his own struggles and successes, and describes what it takes to be a productive imam.
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