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We have spent over a decade developing a signature training program that combines Islamic spiritual practices with modern productivity science.
To help you become the best version of yourself: spiritually, physically, and socially.
This is the practical stuff you were never taught in school, and not based on just theory.
The Productivity Masterclass is taught by Mohammed Faris, author of The Productive Muslim: Where Faith Meets Productivity.
He has delivered his signature program in over 17 countries across the world including UK, US, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia.
Mohammed Faris leverages the power of faith & cutting edge productivity research to help companies and professionals operate at peak performance.
He has delivered talks and training at Google, American Airlines, Texas Instruments, Sales Force, Accenture, PwC, Twitter, American Express, TEDx stage, The World Domination Summit, and International media.
In 2014, the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre added him to the World's 500 Most Influential Muslims list.
And in 2016, the Dubai Government awarded him the 2016 Islamic Economy Award in the Media category for his valuable contribution to the development of the global Islamic Economy.
Over 25,000 people have gone through his program, and you could do too through the comfort of your home.
The goal is to introduce a modern understanding of the link between faith and personal development that helps you become a better version yourself: spiritually, physically, and socially.
The Productivity Masterclass is a 6-week online training program.
Week 1: Define Your Best Self
Find out how knowing yourself + using the Productive Muslim Peak Performance Framework can easily guide you to the best version of yourself.
What does it mean to live your best life?
The Islamic psycho-spiritual understanding of the self
The Productive Muslim peak performance framework
Defining your next best self
Week 2: Spirituality & Your Best Self
Understand the immense power of Barakah and how to adopt it in your life. And how Hustle Culture is hurting you without you realizing it.
How spirituality impacts living your best life
Power of Barakah: achieving more with less
Barakah Culture vs. Hustle Culture
The mindset, values, and rituals of Barakah Culture
Week 3: Physical Well-being & Your Best Self
Discover how a good physiology enhances your psychology. Learn ways to hack your sleep, gain more energy, proper physical exercises, and meals that fuel your body and mind for optimal performance.
The 3 pillars of physical well-being
How to discipline your self (nafs) through physical means
How to eat, sleep, and exercise for peak performance
The link between physical well-being and peak performance
Week 4: How To Manage Your Focus
Learn how to maintain a laser-like focus to calm your brain, manage anxiety and stress to cope with the demands of the day.
Understand the root cause on why you find it hard to focus
Managing external, internal & life distractions
Practical tips to boost your focus muscle
Building a trusted system to calm your brain
Week 5: How to Manage Your Time
When you intentionally manage your time, you are essentially managing your life. And managing your life, is the whole essence of being a Productive Muslim.
The spiritual axioms of time management
Mastering time by managing yourself
How to plan your day, week, quarter and year
Week 6: Staying Consistent
Immerse yourself in new, positive habits. But most importantly... how can you sustain it daily? Find out why willpower is overrated and what to do instead. Learn how to adopt the morning, afternoon, and evening routines of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Why motivation & willpower is overrated
The power of habits in staying consistent
The perfect morning, afternoon and evening routine
The daily routine of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
You have questions. We have answers.
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