[Doodle of the Month] Quality Questions to Ask Yourself to be Productive

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[Doodle of the Month] Quality Questions to Ask Yourself to be Productive - Productive Muslim

About the Author:

Thurein Win holds a Bachelor of Commerce specialising in Accounting and is a personal leadership and success coach, an NLP Master practitioner and an accredited Consultant and Trainer of Extended DISC (Behaviour Profiling).
His vision is to empower Muslim organisations and professionals with cutting edge behaviour change technologies to serve the greater good of humanity. He is passionate about personal leadership, early childhood education and holistic health and healing. He is also working with communities in developing leadership programs for Muslim and non Muslim youths. He can be contacted via his website and Facebook. His latest endeavour is an online support community for productivity-focused Muslims who want to connect, share ideas and support one another on their journey of learning and growing.

About the Doodler:

Aneesah Satriya is a Master of Architecture student in the UK, but originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She has an avid interest in crafts, the visual arts and da’wah through social networks. While attending various talks and conferences during her year back home (including a Productive Muslim seminar!), she started to “doodle” notes in her sketchbook, with the intention of sharing them with friends who could not make it. Surprisingly, the scanned visual notes became very popular on Facebook and were shared among attendees and non-attendees alike. Aneesah now produces doodles based on Productive Muslim articles, and also volunteers to design for Islamographic.com.


16 thoughts on “[Doodle of the Month] Quality Questions to Ask Yourself to be Productive

  1. Wow, Aneesah Satriya. Jazakallahu khair. I’m blown away by your beautiful doodle notes. Thanks so much for your amazing work. It’s amazing to see my article in a visually pleasing and practically applicable way.
    May Allah SWT reward you and bless you to do more great work! Ameen.

  2. Excuse me, there are some questions that I don’t understand :
    In the first section : how can you make this something you are aiming to rather than something you are trying to move away from ?
    Jazakum Allah khair

    1. Thank you for your question, Alaa Fathy.
      The question meant : state your goal, or the outcome you’re striving towards, in a positive way. Eg.
      Instead of saying, “I want to lose weight”, say “I want to be healthy and fit and be full of energy”. State your outcome in a way that would inspire and motivate you to take action, rather than make you lose hope and demotivated.
      There are more examples in the original article and in the comments section as well.
      Trust that helps :)
      wasalaam.

      1. Jazakum Allah khair for replying I really understood it after your explanation. I’ve already read the original article and it’s really wonderful.
        Thank you

  3. Mashallah this came at just when I needed to see it. It is very comprehensive and informative. Now I am more motivated to get back on track and read more articles too. Jazakhulahu kerion

  4. Assalamu alaikum,very beneficial doodle and i like it,inshallah time to ask questions,thank u so much sister.

  5. Hi, someone has mentioned how they are a visual learner and doodling can be a great way to make study material more easy to remember and fun. Thanks for that great idea and for the brilliant doodle.

  6. Masha’allah, great doodle and content!
    Subhanallah, we underestimate that impact the language we use has and what it says about our inner thoughts. I know two sisters who wanted to make the most of a challenging situation and they began by watching what they were saying. If one slipped the other reminded her. Alhamduliallah, such a simple change made a difference. .

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