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Most of us spend more than 8 hours per day working. Some of us even spend 10 to 12 hours at our jobs (and not really liking it).
And the worst part is—after putting in so much time, effort and sacrifice... many of us get looked over for the promotion.
Missing out on the yearly bonus.
Not getting the raise you deserve.
And at the same time, a colleague of yours—effortlessly sails through her performance review.
Receiving bonus checks and raises every year.
But you know she's not even putting half the effort and time you are putting in. It makes you feel absolutely... gutted. Angry, frustrated, and confused at the same time.
''How come she gets the promotion, but not me?" "Am I not a good team player?" "Have I not contributed enough to this company?" "Can't they see I have the necessary skills, performance and leadership to get promoted? ''After all the sacrifices I put in?''
Despite all of that... you keep working hard. Upgrading your skills, getting certifications that you hoped would get you that coveted promotion eventually. Years go by, and you still aren't progressing as quickly as you'd like in your career. The dreaded feeling as if all your efforts have gone to waste.
And adding to that... the hectic work schedule has left you rushing your salah... sometimes skipping breaks completely. And sometimes gobbling down your lunch at your desk while working—before you jump on the next task.
And the next task. And the next.
The cycle continues day in, day out. Without really giving you much time to think. No time to think about...
How can your maximize your career progression, while at the same time being a good practicing Muslim?
Without feeling as if you have to "compartmentalize" your Islamic faith in order to get ahead at the workplace?
Without compromising your ibadah towards Allah s.w.t?
And this is a real issue many Muslims face in their careers.
Deep down, you know you have done great work... but are uncomfortable "promoting yourself" for fear of bragging about your achievements. For fear of attracting too much attention to yourself. Thinking it may backfire—leading to more colleagues gossiping, and talking behind your back.
In the end?
You shortchange yourself.
And you begin to ask yourself questions like...
"Should I quit my job?''
''Should I stay, hoping for the next promotion or performance review?''
''Should I ask for an internal transfer?''
Now, on average... our careers are going to span more than 30 to 40 years. It's absolutely critical to be able to select and build a career in a way that is fitting for you in this life and the akhirah.
This is your livelihood.
This is what brings food to the table.
The roof over your head.
This is what keeps you warm, and your family safe and secure.
And it's something you should never leave to chance.
So if this is something similar you've personally experienced... I urge you to read on.
You’ll attend 2 LIVE, group online classes each week. During each lesson, you will get simple and practical activities to work on. The program will be done LIVE so that it is more interactive, and you can also ask any questions you have during the Q&A session.
What if You Miss a LIVE Session?
You will receive a recorded replay a few days after the session. And once you get the recording, you can go through it as many times as you like at your own pace. We do recommend attending the LIVE session to get the most out of the masterclass.