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Islamic Time Management During COVID-19 – Sidi Tushar Imdad

With curfew measures and stay-at-home orders in place across the world, most of us find ourselves cooped up at home for much longer than we are used to. Worse still, trying to work or study with multiple family members competing for space and time is a recipe for distraction! Politicians liken the fight with Coronavirus […]

Masterclass Course Announcement – Tushar Imdad

As-salamu ‘alaikum First of all, thank you for all the interest in my articles these last few months. It has been a true honour to have so many of you subscribe to my mailing list. I am so happy to finally announce the first training of 2020. My professional courses are corporate in quality, typically […]

Islamic Time Management Series: Power Your Day with Pre-Planning – Sidi Tushar Imdad

If I lost my memory and could only remember ONE productivity technique from the many learned over the years, then do you know which I’d choose? PRE-PLANNING. Out of the thousands of pounds invested in the last few years and the dozens of time management books I’ve experimented with, the practice of pre-planning is undoubtedly […]

Islamic Time Management: The Ultimate Hack in Islam (Part 2) – Sidi Tushar Imdad

The Ultimate Hack in Islam Last week, we discovered that the greatest hack in Islam is undoubtedly the niyyah or intention. Today, I want to explore three innovative ways in which you can utilise this amazing gift from Allah. I’m pretty sure some of these techniques will be new to you. 1. Start intending for […]

10 Reasons Not to Make a New Year’s Resolution This Year – Sidi Tushar Imdad

10 Reasons NOT to Make a New Year’s Resolution This Year Every year the anticipation builds before January 1st to set a new habit or a new goal. And for 2020, it feels even more important. 2020 is such a nice, round number, right? We don’t want to miss out on ‘2020 Life Vision’ (get the […]

Islamic Time Management (1) : The Ultimate Hack in Islam – Sidi Tushar Imdad

The Ultimate Hack in Islam Did you know that any good deed you do could be rewarded anywhere between one, to 10X, to 700X or ‘even more’? Two people could both be working at a task, let’s say writing a report for work. One gets the reward of 1 and another gets 700! The reality […]

How Can I Find Balance in Religious Practice?

Answered by Shaykh Jamir Meah Question: Assalamu alaykum I find practicing religion overwhelming after coming to know the importance of time. I read that wasting time is forbidden and I will have to account for it to Allah. It is very tough to pass a whole day only thinking about religion. I feel scared to […]

Using Time Wisely, Finding a Teacher, and the Accountability of Seekers of Knowledge

Answered by Ustadh Abdullah Anik Misra Question: As-salam Alaykom wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu 1) This summer i am free i will work 3 weeks and then i have all the summer on me. I do not know how to use the summer effectively. Do you have any advice for me how to use it and how […]

Interview with a Productive Muslim: Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

Interview with a Productive Muslim: Shaykh Faraz Rabbani ProductiveMuslim.com is pleased to present to you an interview with a very ultra-Productive Muslim – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani. Shaykh Faraz Rabbani is a researcher and teacher of the Islamic sciences, specializing in Islamic Law. He is the Educational Director of SeekersGuidance, and a partner and legal advisor with StraightWay Ethical Advisory.  […]

Keeping Appointments, Delays, and Cancellation – Excerpt from the book “Islamic Manners” by Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah

The following excerpt is from the book “Islamic Manners” by Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah (may Allah shower His mercy upon him). Although the book is short and concise, one can nonetheless acquire very deep meanings by reflecting upon its structure and themes. It is unlike other works of adab (etiquette) which often go into […]