Channel: Ismail Kamdar
salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. I want to introduce you all to my new book, which I published earlier this year entitled getting the Baraka and Islamic guide to time management.
This book was written because
over the past few years, many people have been asking me, how do I manage to get so much done in a day? You know, I'm the head trader, the system that the Islamic online university, have my lectures, my classes, I write books, I write blogs, I homeschool my children. And this is something I believe everybody can do. I believe every single one of us have the same amount of time in the day. It's really about habits and structuring yourself. And so I realize a lot of people want to know, how do I do it, and how they can do it. And this is why I put together this book, the first edition of getting the Baraka and Islamic guide to time management. In this book, you will find a six step
process to effective time management, as well as many time management tips and some discussion on the topic of Baraka in our time. You know, how do we get Baraka in our time, the book is available online for purchasing the other copy tool, or Amazon or Barnes and Noble similar online bookstores, or you can download it directly to your Kindle or your iPad. If you have Kobo device can download in PDF format from certain websites.
If you want more information, you can visit my website, Islamic self help calm and check out the time management page. And the book is currently not available in bookstores. If you want a copy, you'd have to order online. I really would recommend this for any Muslim who wants to know how to manage their time better. This is
something which I put a lot of time and effort into. It's a book. It's really important to me, I enjoyed writing it. And I hope that you will benefit from it as much as I benefited from the research that went into putting it together. So that's a bit about my book. I hope that you purchase it or that you enjoy it. And if you do, don't forget to leave a review. Later on Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh