Develop Long-Lasting Confidence and Self-Esteem to Live The Best Version of Yourself

A Productive Muslim Special: Where Faith Meets Confidence

The Confidence Masterclass with Hafsah Adham


The Confidence Masterclass registration for Rajab edition is now closed.

‘’You’re good for nothing.’’

‘’You can’t even do a simple thing like this?”

‘’Why can’t you be as good as (this person) or (that person)?”

Sometimes the words you hear from others... can cut really deep.

Not only that… but how it eventually breaks a person’s confidence and self-esteem in the long run.

And many times… it occurs way back.

During childhood.

A time when we’re young and impressionable.

A time when our belief systems and experiences were built on.

And as we grew up… we carry these experiences as we go through life.

Low confidence shows up in different situations:

  • The dream job you wanted to have but held back on because you felt you weren’t confident enough to give it a shot.
  • The conversation you’d wanted to have… but didn’t. Cause you were afraid to look silly and awkward.
  • An injustice you experienced at the marketplace but kept quiet about it. Cause you didn’t want to rock the boat.

You see… confidence is the essential building block for success in all areas of your life.

Whether it’s at home, at work, in your relationships, or social settings.

Confidence plays a critical role in how you see yourself and in how you behave.

It can affect your relationship with family and friends, job performance, your involvement in the community.

And can even hold you back from achieving your smallest to biggest goals in life.

The Confidence Masterclass registration for Rajab edition is now closed.

The Foundation of Self-Confidence In Islam - Tawakkul.

Your absolute confidence and trust in Allah.

Believing and knowing that nothing can happen to you or hurt you unless it is by Allah’s Will. 

“[Then] when you have decided on a course of action, put your trust in Allah:  Allah loves those who put their trust in Him.  If Allah helps you [believers], no one can overcome you.  If he forsakes you, who else can help you?  Believers should put their trust in Allah.”

- Qu’ran 3: 159-160

Remember… that in whatever you’re trying to do, you’re never alone. 

Knowing and remembering that you have Allah - is one of the primary keys to developing as an individual and raising confidence levels.


The Confidence Masterclass registration for Rajab edition is now closed.

Real confidence is not…

  • Dominating and controlling conversations.
  • Always highlighting other people’s flaws.
  • Self-praise and bragging to the world about achievements.
  • Sounding intelligent or looking good.
  • Being the loudest in the room and at the center of attention.
  • Seeking glory and adoration from people.
  • Seeking an abundant life in terms of wealth, status, and property.
  • Striving to get ahead at the cost of losing self or hurting others.
  • Defensive, impulsive action to always fight one’s corner.
  • Finding fault with others and expecting them to change first.

Real confidence is…

  • Being open-minded enough to entertain another person’s opinion.
  • Being kind and raising another person’s self-esteem.
  • Having full humility and recognizing nothing is achieved without the help and mercy of Allah.
  • About beautifying your heart with sincerity, compassion, mercy, and empathy.
  • Speaking only what is necessary and being interested in what others have to say.
  • Only seeking Allah’s praise with full tawakkul that He acknowledges and sees all your efforts.
  • Seeking an abundant heart filled with the love of Allah.
  • About using wisdom, holding on to values, and upholding manners.
  • Having the self-discipline to pause, evaluate, and then appropriately respond.
  • Reflecting on your own actions first and seek changes within self.

Many of us become unsure of how to improve our self-confidence at the workplace, at home, or during our day-to-day interactions.

And how it has held us back from being the best versions of ourselves… spiritually, physically, and emotionally.

That is why we are introducing….

Meet Your Instructor

Hafsah Adham is the founder of The Confident Muslimah (, a spiritually centered coaching service that molds western psychology with Islamic foundations to transform professional and personal goals to achieve success in this life and the next. 

With a laser-focus on progress and action-based mentorship, individuals learn how to step into their best version to enable them to give back, rebuild relationships with loved ones and contribute to the wider society and truly lead and leave a lasting legacy while attaining a deep sense of fulfillment.

Confidence coaching intertwined with the guidance from the Qur’an and Sunnah designed to propel you to be more, do more, and give more.

Hafsah is based in the UK with her husband and 3 children. She’s an adventurer at heart with a passion for sports.  As well as being a confidence coach, she’s a public speaker, community worker, a volunteer lecturer at a revert center, and is an ongoing student of Islamic sciences studying under various Islamic teachers.

With years of experience in delivering talks, running workshops, and coaching people worldwide, she has a proven ability to help others step into their best version and rise above daily challenges with courage and gratitude. 

She is most passionate about building the next generation of Muslim leaders who - like the companions - are confident, courageous, and Jannah-focused so they can take positive action towards their personal and professional goals with long-lasting confidence.

The Confidence Masterclass registration for Rajab edition is now closed.


"I have learned that the real self-confidence is based on tawakkul. I have learned to be more intentional in all my affairs. The program has given me a lot of tools that have made me stronger emotionally and mentally. The program contained a lot of practical exercises in which I had to reflect on myself. This made me more aware of my strengths, weaknesses, who I am now and who I want to be." - Anass

"I joined the Confidence Masterclass as I was reaching a stage in life and career where classical strategy to goal setting became not as satisfying as it once used to be.Through this masterclass I was Introduced to an alternative way of approaching confidence. Key core Islamic concepts and tradition fused with modern psychology. Theory combined with practical tips which are incredibly helpful.

There were lots of tips on how to improve your own thinking process, challenge set thought patterns, discover your own authentic self, values, personality strength all of which will improve mental/ psychological health.

I can work through concepts/ exercises at my own pace with lifetime access to modules & videos.

The sessions were beautifully delivered by the instructor. Some very deep/ heavy concepts were made simple. There were lovely concise slides and the correct pace. Lots of opportunity to ask questions and interact with group and extra books, reading material and advice offered by instructor.

I can’t comment on long term results yet as some exercises require time and patience eg changing way of thinking but the course has definitely given me an intellectually and morally satisfying foundation, sense of direction and way to approach the doubts I was experiencing.

I would definitely recommend the confidence masterclass to anybody who is struggling or looking for answers to the eternal question of what success and confidence means, especially for a Muslim in this day and age." - Nadia Raja

"Since  the confidence masterclass finished  my life has changed I have a better connection.with Allah SWT and have developed the spiritually centered confidence paradigm it  has really helped me develop as a person and I am showing  up better then before in regards to work I have developed so much and It has transformed my life around! and allowed me to Network with people with confidence! I think this course has brought so.much barakah in my life! It's a blessing that was missing from my life subhanAllah” - Anonymous from UK

How different would your life be… if you could:  

  • Be more grounded regardless of outcomes, environment, or other people's judgment.
  • Have the courage to reflect on how you’re showing up in the world today and go deeper to bring out the best in you.
  • Have the confidence to stand up for beliefs in the workplace and home with adab. 
  • Aim high fearlessly, knowing Allah’s help is with you.
  • Be confident in maintaining your values, e.g., wearing a hijab/growing a beard in the workplace, performing prayers even if it seems inconvenient, not backbiting, rising above pettiness.
  • Be confident to let go of resentment and forgive, lead with compassion, gratefulness, and mercy seeking Allah’s pleasure. 

The Confidence Masterclass registration for Rajab edition is now closed.