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The Ramadan Habit: Self Study Option – Tushar Imdad

**SPECIAL OFFER – The Ramadan Habit – SELF-STUDY OPTION

Ramadan Mubarak!

I hope you have had a brilliant start to the best month of the year.

Perhaps, like many of us, you’ve been caught slightly off-guard and feel like you’re playing catch up.

You’re so busy with work, it’s spilling into your ibaadah time.

You want to prioritize Qur’an but end up spending so much time on everything else.

You’re already worried about keeping some of your habits consistent – especially after Ramdan.

What if I told you that there is an EASIER way?

A system where you can actually FEEL GOOD about your progress every single day.

Perhaps you were interested in the Ramadan Habit course, but felt £200-400 was too much to invest.

And you didn’t want to commit to accountability, forums and buddies.

I get that.

When I ended up enrolling some relatives and friends who wanted a ‘recording only’ option, it dawned upon me that I could offer this to you as well.

Now although you won’t get the same motivation, live coaching and accountability as the full course (which is now closed for registration), I can promise you this.

The science, theory and systems for habit building have been updated and improved so much that you CAN benefit hugely from the recording-only course.

And pay just half price!

In fact, Module 1.2 ‘Use Behaviour Design to Choose the Best Habit’ is such an original and unique training that it is worth the cost of the entire course!

I guarantee that this course will make you look at building lasting habits in a completely new way.

Remember, ‘The Ramadan Habit’ is a course designed to not just plan your ‘Best Ramadan Ever’ but to build habits which last way beyond the holy month.

Imagine that, not just in Ramadan, but in May, June, July – the rest of the year, you still recited the Qur’an at the same time, each day.

Or you learned an elusive ‘character habit’ which dramatically reduced your arguments with your spouse.

All this is possible in this unique 40-day Ramadan Habit Implementation Programme.

For only £97.

Ramadan has just started. You still have time to make it your best ever.

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“Alhamdulillah, This programme really gave me something I have never been able to do before in my life. For 40 days I feel I lived a healthy life, exercizing everyday. My eating habits became heathier and I don’t feel the need for sugary stuff, as I did before. And more happier! Alhamdulillah. I didn’t know that one habit for Allah can lead you to so much good!”  
Hafsa Akram, Denmark

This course helped me to succeed in establishing a daily habit which I have been struggling with for a few years, so for me it has been a real milestone and worth every penny … I think this is a priceless opportunity for anyone who sincerely wants to succeed in making some positive changes in their life.”
Fahreen Afzal, Birmingham, UK
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Tushar’s style of teaching is amongst the best in the world. This is not a course you buy and don’t implement – it’s spread over weeks and Tushar will call you out if you fall behind!”
L.D, Manchester, UK

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Here’s to a productive Ramadan!

Tushar Imdad


Biography:

Tushar Imdad (aka Tushar Mohammed Imdad-ul-Haque Bhuiya) is an Islamic Time Management Coach and Educational Entrepreneur. Professionally trained as a high school English teacher, Tushar has taught or managed prominent Islamic schools in Leicester, UK, between 2007-2016. With a flair for managing multiple roles, Tushar is also a GCSE English examiner, a teacher trainer for AMS UK; professional proofreader; former lead instructor at Madrasa Manara; and is currently the Director of Shaykhspeare’s Online English Academy and High Impact Tutors.  

 A long-term student of knowledge, Tushar has studied a range of Islamic sciences at the feet of scholars such as Shaykh Nuh Keller, Umm Sahl, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, Maulana Ilyas Patel and Ustadh Tabraze Azam. In 2015 he completed Level 5 of the Classical Arabic Program from the prestigious Qasid Institute, Amman.   

Throughout his varied career, Tushar has always been driven by a passion for time management. Starting in 2009, he has delivered a mixture of workshops, webinars, web-coaching and client visits, attracting delegates as varied as CEOs, corporate professionals, housewives, dentists and scholars from places spanning the UK, US and Middle East. Tushar has published articles and delivered training for ProductiveMuslim.com, SeekersGuidance.org and Qibla.com (now Kiflayn). In recent years he has immersed himself in  productivity systems, learning from world-class experts such as Demir Bentley, the authors of The One Thing, Leo Babuta and James Clear. His recent courses have included  ‘Principles of Islamic Time Management’, ‘Time Tactics 101’ and ‘The Breakthrough Habit’.


EXCLUSIVE WEBINAR: Your Best Ramadan Ever – Tushar Imdad

Ramadan 2020 promises to be unprecedented and unlike any Ramadan in our lifetime due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

Unprecedented circumstances call for unprecedented action.

When times change, successful people adapt accordingly.

There’s no reason why Ramadan 2020 shouldn’t be your best Ramadan ever.

Especially if you apply productivity science and Islamic Time Management principles.

Sign up to the upcoming, exclusive FREE webinar to find out how:

https://yourbestramadan.tusharimdad.com/1-signup

And take a massive step towards making this Ramadan your best ever, inshaAllah!

Tushar Imdad

Biography:

Tushar Imdad (aka Tushar Mohammed Imdad-ul-Haque Bhuiya) is an Islamic Time Management Coach and Educational Entrepreneur. Professionally trained as a high school English teacher, Tushar has taught or managed prominent Islamic schools in Leicester, UK, between 2007-2016. With a flair for managing multiple roles, Tushar is also a GCSE English examiner, a teacher trainer for AMS UK; professional proofreader; former lead instructor at Madrasa Manara; and is currently the Director of Shaykhspeare’s Online English Academy and High Impact Tutors.  

 A long-term student of knowledge, Tushar has studied a range of Islamic sciences at the feet of scholars such as Shaykh Nuh Keller, Umm Sahl, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, Maulana Ilyas Patel and Ustadh Tabraze Azam. In 2015 he completed Level 5 of the Classical Arabic Program from the prestigious Qasid Institute, Amman.   

Throughout his varied career, Tushar has always been driven by a passion for time management. Starting in 2009, he has delivered a mixture of workshops, webinars, web-coaching and client visits, attracting delegates as varied as CEOs, corporate professionals, housewives, dentists and scholars from places spanning the UK, US and Middle East. Tushar has published articles and delivered training for ProductiveMuslim.com, SeekersGuidance.org and Qibla.com (now Kiflayn). In recent years he has immersed himself in  productivity systems, learning from world-class experts such as Demir Bentley, the authors of The One Thing, Leo Babuta and James Clear. His recent courses have included  ‘Principles of Islamic Time Management’, ‘Time Tactics 101’ and ‘The Breakthrough Habit’.


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 lasting 6-8 weeks and normally costing between $150-500.

However, I wanted to deliver something much shorter – and cheaper – but still of extremely high value that would be relevant to the many new readers from the SeekersGuidance community.

So I’ve prepared a masterclass requiring only 2 hours of your time, and costing no more than a meal out at a restaurant.

For this training, I draw upon some of the finest tools I have personally implemented and taught over the last 10 years, to show you how to reset the Qibla of your life and ensure all key priority areas – your work, your worship, your family life, your self-development – are aligned with Allah’s good pleasure.

https://event.webinarjam.com/register/vy376hv

Like all training I deliver, it will be immensely practical. You will see a difference within a week. And the tools I teach can profoundly impact your life week after week.

Click the link below for more details and to register. Can’t wait to meet you on Sunday 16th Feb inshaAllah:

https://event.webinarjam.com/register/vy376hv

Was-salam
Tushar Imdad


Biography:
Tushar Imdad (aka Tushar Mohammed Imdad-ul-Haque Bhuiya) is an Islamic Time Management Coach and Educational Entrepreneur. Professionally trained as a high school English teacher, Tushar has taught or managed prominent Islamic schools in Leicester, UK, between 2007-2016. With a flair for managing multiple roles, Tushar is also a GCSE English examiner, a teacher trainer for AMS UK; professional proofreader; former lead instructor at Madrasa Manara; and is currently the Director of Shaykhspeare’s Online English Academy and High Impact Tutors.  
 A long-term student of knowledge, Tushar has studied a range of Islamic sciences at the feet of scholars such as Shaykh Nuh Keller, Umm Sahl, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, Maulana Ilyas Patel and Ustadh Tabraze Azam. In 2015 he completed Level 5 of the Classical Arabic Program from the prestigious Qasid Institute, Amman.   
Throughout his varied career, Tushar has always been driven by a passion for time management. Starting in 2009, he has delivered a mixture of workshops, webinars, web-coaching and client visits, attracting delegates as varied as CEOs, corporate professionals, housewives, dentists and scholars from places spanning the UK, US and Middle East. Tushar has published articles and delivered training for ProductiveMuslim.com, SeekersGuidance.org and Qibla.com (now Kiflayn). In recent years he has immersed himself in  productivity systems, learning from world-class experts such as Demir Bentley, the authors of The One Thing, Leo Babuta and James Clear. His recent courses have included  ‘Principles of Islamic Time Management’, ‘Time Tactics 101’ and ‘The Breakthrough Habit’.