Some workers like to listen to anything when they find themselves losing focus. They may also plug in their ear phones to escape a work environment that’s too noisy — or too quiet — or to make a repetitive job feel more lively.
Read this research note to find out whether and when listening to sounds while working would help you be more productive. Don’t miss the infographic!
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About the Author:
Rasha Jahfar is an Audiologist and Speech Therapist by day and the ProductiveMuslim Researcher by night. When she’s not rescuing cats, avidly reading or working with the ProM team, she helps Muslimahs memorize the Qur’an. She is also a globe trotter and has a penchant for learning new languages.
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.