About the Book
Ever wondered if there's a practical way to lead a productive lifestyle that combines the best of Islamic tradition and modern psychology and science?
In "The ProductiveMuslim" Mohammed Faris, the founder of ProductiveMuslim.com, provides this practical framework that helps urban global Muslims lead a productive lifestyle - Spiritually, Physically, and Socially.
Combining his love for Islam with modern productivity techniques, in this book, Mohammed will teach you:
- How spirituality can boost your productivity
- How to manage your sleep, nutrition, and fitness (spiritually, physically, and socially)
- How to be socially productive outside your home and community
- How to manage your focus in an age of distractions
- How to build productive habits and routines
- How to manage your time and invest in your hereafter
- How to be productive during Ramadan
3 Reasons to Read this Book
You’ll Learn Productivity from a Holistic Perspective: When you think of productivity, you probably think of “getting things done” or “time management”. This book explores productivity from a holistic perspective. How can your entire day be productive from the moment you wake up till you sleep at night. Moreover, the book is consciously nudging you to be productive not only for this life, but for the hereafter as well.
It balances traditional Islamic Science with modern Productivity Techniques: If you ever wanted a book that brings the best of the Quran and Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as well as the best of psychology and productivity science to help you lead a better life. This book has done that for you.
It’s written for the Urban Global Muslim: The author understands the challenges faced by the global urban Muslim. He has lived, studied, and worked in 3 continents and has roots it at least four. He understands the daily challenges that the modern Muslim faces in order to balance a productive lifestyle and he addresses those challenges in this book.
What’s In the Book?
1-Day Workshop, Singapore, 27th February
1-Day Workshop, London, 30th January