The ProductiveMuslim Habitator

The ProductiveMusim Habitator
The ProductiveMusim Habitator

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Good Habits take time to develop and Bad Habits take time to stop, this is why we developed The ProductiveMuslim Habitator to help you keep track of good habits (and bad habit)s and help you develop (or destroy) them. [Click for the tutorial]

How to use The ProductiveMuslim Habitator ?

The concept is pretty simple: Write down up to 5 habits you want to develop (or destroy) under the relevant headings in our worksheet. We have 3 main areas of habits:

  1. Spiritual Habits, e.g. Praying Tahajjud each night, fasting every Monday/Thursday, avoid being late for Salah, Praying in the Masjid.
  2. Physical Habits, e.g. Eating breakfast each morning, Jogging 20 minutes each morning, going to the gym.
  3. Social Habits, e.g. Visiting an Orphan/Widow offering help, Doing Dawah to 1 person at least per day, giving Charity, avoid getting angry/irritable.
Once you’ve described your habits, give yourself a tick for each day that you’ve stuck (orabandoned) the good (or bad) habit. Each tick = 1 point. The higher the total number of points, the more likely you’ll continue (or discontinue) with the good (bad) habit. Aim to get over 20 points each month for each habit. Ideally, you should aim for over 25 points.


Now Available in MS EXCEL format (Special Thanks to Br.Ahmad Noaman for converting into excel format)
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        1. @Hameed – To destroy a bad habit, the best way to do it is to replace it with an ‘antidote’ rather than simply saying you shouldn’t do the bad habit anymore. For example, if you would like to stop losing your temper so frequently/gain control over it, you can put down a habit such as: recite a’oodhu billahi min ash-shaytanir-rajeem each time I start to get angry, drink water/perform wudu, and lie down if possible.

          The same applies with good habits. List them down in the Habitator (in their respective categories) and everyday you abide by this habit, tick that day. Each day you do not abide by it, mark it with an ‘X’. The goal is to have checks on all 30 days so that that new habit has become a part of you.

          1. Bismillah.
            Asalaamualykum wa ragmatullah he wa barakaatu. Algamdullilah. JAZAAKUMULLAH TO THE CEO MR FARIS AND TO THE PRODUCTIVE MUSLIMS. GUYS THE IMAAM ABU PRODUCTIVE IS BRILLIANT MASHA A ALLAH. These advices and positive comments from following the Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings from Allah be upon him can prevent injuries, violence and death by the grace of Allah. Yesterday a young man was gunned down cowardly after an argument . The assailant is three times bigger than the victim. 26/1/2015- we come from Allah and to him is our return. News from cape town South Africa. May protect you. May Allah protect all mankind ameen from satan. Bismillah. ALGAMDULLILAH.

  1. Alhamdulillah, great!
    For this year resolution I create a salah tracker, nothing great like this, just a basic mic word table. But it’s good to know that I’m not alone in using table to track things. LOL.
    My friend also advised me manage my time according to the salah time, which I think, is a great way to manage the day. :)

    1. Salam,

      Hey just wanted to share this:
      The islamic finder athan app has a feature where you can log prayers!
      Also it has compass and masjid finder!!!
      Hope that helps!

  2. Great idea. i have a question about whether we keep track of actions for only a month or we always add them with the new habits that we want to form just to keep ourselves in check. Or does doing that defeat the fact that it’s a habit that it should be second nature by then ?    

    1. Once you get the hang of them and they are part of your “unconscious” habit, you don’t need to add to them anymore. If you find yourself lapsing people and loosing the good habits, you can always add them later. But to be on the safe side, keep the habit on the habitator for at least 2 months.

  3. Great idea. i have a question about whether we keep track of actions for only a month or we always add them with the new habits that we want to form just to keep ourselves in check. Or does doing that defeat the fact that it’s a habit that it should be second nature by then ?    

  4. Thank you so much. You are doing a great work for the Muslim Ummah and may Allah(S.W.T) reward you for your every good deed. JazakAllah Khair..

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  7. thanks for the great job bro! May Allah reward.
    I have a suggestion: if you could help us by giving a list of the good habits that we should adopt in order to be a productive muslim, and common bad habits that we need to get rid of (which many people may not be aware of).

    1. ameen. JazakAllah khair!
      You can find the list of spiritually productive habits here

  8. Salam alaikum, I love the Habitator  – it helps me so much! Just pitty the Spiritual doesn’t have more rows. As a Muslim with ADD I have to remind myself of everything ;) May Allah reward you greately for that!


  10. Asalamualaikum. dear ProductiveMuslim.
    I am in the making of planner 2013 made for one of my society projects, will be sold only to our Malaysian small community in Egypt. I would to ask for permission it is possible to have this habitator printed as one of its content? Jazakumullahu khairan.

    1. Walykum assaalam warehmatullah!

      Yes, you may as long as you mention ProductiveMuslim. com as the source of the worksheet.

  11. This is a great help for us muslims to be productive may Allaah bless those who made this website. Mashallaah. Jazakallaahu Khair for helping the ummah to be productive!
    and I suggest for an app for android Inshaa Allaah its gonna be a helpful app

    1. We don’t have any such plans yet as we’ve quite a few other projects underway. However, we do have in mind to – down the road – develop more Productive Muslims apps, in sha Allah! So stick around. ;)

  12. is a very useful website..I benefited alot from your articles..may ALLAH increase you in reward and the ppl working alongside you…jazakum ALLAH kheir
    I have one small suggestion I recommend that an arabic version of productive muslim be produced because in my opinion, the ppl struggling the most w productivity of are the arabs.
    That might make a real difference in the ummah.

    1. @Alomoe – Thanks for your feedback! Ameen to your duas.

      We do have an Arabic translation project of Productive Muslim. Unfortunately, they’re currently facing some technical issues with their website so it’s currently down. However, they’re active on Facebook. You could follow them and get in touch with them here:

  13. MashaAllah, wish I had found this earlier, it’s great! Jazakallah!!

    Lots of non-Arabs also struggle with productivity, like me, unfortunately :( but this website has /given great tips, Alhamdullilah.

    You are helping so many people! May Allah reward you for your superb work (MashaAllah)! Ameen!

  14. Such an amazing resource!! In sha’ Allah it will help to motivate and make me a more productive muslim with good habits.

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