We’ve covered how to organize your typical day at work in a previous article. In this article we’re going to talk about how to organize your workflow and manage the tasks/projects that you face each day inshaAllah. Tasks vs. Projects: The first thing you need to be clear about when tackling your work is toRead article
Imagine the feeling of looking at the man who murdered your uncle, who cut out his organs and gave it to someone to eat- and forgiving him. Imagine being abused and taunted, and when given the chance to retaliate, instead you forgive. This was the Messenger of Allah Ta’ala (sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam), aRead article
Believe it or not, there was a time when Mr. ProductiveMuslim, wasn’t that productive! .. and my biggest weakness was video games! I was insanely addicted to them, and only when I went to University and had to live without them for 4-5 years, did I manage to rid myself off them, hamdulillah!
There was something about games, something that made them addictive, that I didn’t understand. I knew they were fun, and they were an “escape” from reality… but there was more…. I recently came across a TED.com talk where the speaker not only was able to decipher what makes games so addictive but also how gamers are essentially “productive” in their own weird way!Read article
You wake up in the morning, no idea what to do for that day, open your e-mails, check your facebook account, sleep some more, go to work/uni/school, do something to act busy, wait for the time to clock out, go home, watch TV, speak to some people on the phone, then sleep. The example aboveRead article
Did you know 95% of your thoughts, beliefs and actions are a result of habit? The results in your life – whether good or bad – are largely a result of habits, consciously or unconsciously acquired. Your habits will determine whether you reach your goals. This is because habits are actions that are repeated regularly.Read article
“Oh my God. I am running late, again! Well, it’s all good. No one is going to be there on time anyway.” How many times have you heard this and similar phrases in the Muslim community? Perhaps you are guilty of uttering them yourself as a habit.Read article