Spirituality? I thought that being spiritual meant meditating and praying all day.
Few things have as much potential to impact our lives than our spiritual dimensions. Whatever your Faith, even if you don't have a specific one, there is no denying that there is something Greater out there, something that we as human people long to connect to.
In my own life, I have had many different levels of spirituality from not really caring about it at all, to spending most of my time outside in Nature contemplating Creation.
When I found our guest's work, as a fellow Muslim, I was intrigued. His blog The Productive Muslim makes the case that spirituality and faith can impact our day to day lives in a positive way, so much so that it can actually make us more productive in every aspect of work, life, and relationships.
As the author of The Productive Muslim: Where Faith Meets Productivity, Muhammad Faris has been named as one of the top 500 influential Muslims in the world.
I am so grateful to have him here with us. Whether you are a person of faith or not, there is so much in this episode!
Join me for a conversation with Muhammad to learn about:
- Purpose-led Productivity
- How to Balance Spirituality with Day to Day Life
- The 4 Sources of Spiritual Energy
- The Power of Social Productivity
- ...and much more!
Items Mentioned In This Episode Include:
- The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield.
- What The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast book.
SEE MUHAMMAD IN ACTION
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