The Power of Routines
Do you ever feel like you've been working too hard and still getting nowhere? Are your days monotonous and uninspiring? And do you find yourself counting down to the weekends, only to dread when Monday comes back round again?
If it's a yes to all the above, don't give up - it can all change! Want to know how? Here's your chance to turn your life back around -
Introducing, Youth aLIVE Discourse: The Power of Routines - the third run of the ever-popular self-help workshop on how to be the optimum, productive Muslim. Presented by the ever eloquent and inspirational brother Mohammed Abdullah Faris aka Abu Productive, the founder of Productive Muslim, the workshop will prove to be a life-changing experience for you.
Coupled with a special segment featuring special guests, Professor Jackie Y. Ying, Executive Director of the Institute of Bioengineering & Nanotechnology (IBN), Singapore, and Tengku Syamil, the co-Founder of SkolaFund, you will get an insight into the habits and routines of these successful individuals.
This one-day workshop, taking place on Sunday, 25th February 2018, will help you understand the power daily habits and routines have in helping you to achieve success in life and the hereafter.
Turn those monotonous, bleak days into fired up days that will keep you motivated and productive! Register now and join us for the life-changing workshop!
Session 1: Introduction & The Power of Routines
This session will explore the why, what, and how of routines. Why are routines important for success? What is the definition of routines? How do routines develop? How do we change routines? And how do we stay consistent with new routines we want to build? Participants will be asked to examine their daily routines and practice building new ones.
Session 2: The Daily Routine of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
This session will look at the link of how Islam taught us to develop powerful routines through the example of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). We'll go over the typical day in the life of Prophet Muhammad PBUH in Medina and explore practical ways to implement the Prophetic routine to our modern life. We'll also spend time on the most powerful ritual in Islam: Salah.
Session 3: Designing Your Perfect Routine (Morning/Afternoon)
A practical afternoon session on designing and building the perfect morning routine that combines Spiritual, Physical, Mental, Social habits that helps jump start our day. We'll also look at the perfect afternoon routine that will tackle the mid-day slump.
Session 4: Designing Your Perfect Evening Routine
A practical session on designing and building the perfect evening routine that combines Spiritual, Physical, Mental, Social habits that helps bring closure to the end of the day and prepare you for the next day. This session will also include a bonus session on how to build your weekend routines.
SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES:
Professor Jackie Y. Ying
Professor Jackie Y. Ying, Executive Director of the Institute of Bioengineering & Nanotechnology (IBN), Singapore, was selected by The Muslim 500 as one of the world’s 500 most influential Muslims every year, from 2012 to 2017.
IBN is a multidisciplinary institute founded by Prof. Ying herself in March 2003 to advance the frontiers of engineering, science and medicine.
Prof Ying was born in Taipei and raised in Singapore and New York. She graduated with B.E. summa cum laude in Chemical Engineering from The Cooper Union in 1987.
Becoming Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Faculty of Chemical Engineering’s youngest Full Professor at the age of 35 in 2001 is one of her many achievements in the industry.
Tengku Syamil is the Co-Founder of SkolaFund, a web platform for students and researchers to raise funds for education expenses and various impactful projects. This social entrepreneurship stemmed from his love for social work and entrepreneurship.
In 2016, he was selected by Forbes for its inaugural 30 Under 30 Asia list which features 300 promising people under the age of 30 from 10 sectors. The listees were selected by industry leaders based on qualities such as creativity, use of technology and adaptability.
He pursued Business Admin in International Islamic University Malaysia and handles marketing and scholarship campaigning aspect of the company.
As a student who is also active in social entrepreneur, prioritising have helped him to sort out the tasks he has to do for school as well as SkolaFund work.
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9:00 AM - 4:00 PM SGT
- MUIS Auditorium
General $10.00 Youth aLIVE Students SOLD OUT $10.00
On sale until Feb 25, 2018, 11:00:00 AM
- Venue Address
- 273 Braddell Road Singapore
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