Season 3 Ep 5

The Productive Muslim Podcast


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You're listening to the productive Muslim podcast to season three, Episode Five.

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Welcome to day five of your Ramadan hot detox challenge, everyone. We are one six into Ramadan, five days gone 25 days left to try and get as much blessing and reward as we can in the special month. So your task for today, your article of the day is on the productive Muslim sleep routine. Now, if you're anything like me, your sleep routine consists of promising yourself that you'll be in bed by 1030. Because you want to wake up early. And then when you finally get into bed at about 1130 you decide to check what's going on on Facebook, what's going on Instagram. And then just before you're about to sleep, you decide to have a long, deep conversation with a friend on WhatsApp. And then

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when it gets to about one o'clock in the morning, then realize maybe you should have slept about two and a half hours ago. So this productive Muslim sleep routine. So this sleep routine fixes your time, half an hour for you not half an hour for yourself and half an hour for your sleep. I want us to read this. And I want us to start incorporating a productive sleeping routine. If that involves switching off your phone, then switch off your phone, whatever conversations are scrolling through is going to happen, they can definitely wait until the next day. Your second task of the day after reading this article and listening to this podcast is you're going to call up a family member or a

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friend to see how they are your specifically going to try and call someone that person that you've been meaning to speak to for a while, but you've not been able to. And remember, as we've been saying throughout this hot detox challenge, we are going to avoid level headed, we are going to avoid unbeneficial conversation. So we want to make sure that you have a productive conversation, ask them how Ramadan is going if they need anything, and share reflections. Your last task is going to be on gathering your family or your friends and doing the short presentation on the lessons that you learned from sub lachemann. So these lessons can be anything whether it's on being thankful, or

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how you should treat your parents, or how you should conduct yourself in public. And I want you to share those with the people close to you. If you find it quite difficult to rally your family or your friends together at one specific time. Use a whatsapp group chat, use a group chat online and type up the lesson that you learn and share them with people make our sadaqa jariya whoever then shares those lesson with someone else, you will get the reward for that. So these are your tasks for the day. I hope you do them. Let me know what lessons you decided to share from sort of lachemann that you wanted to share with your family and friends. I hope you guys have a wonderful day. And I

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will see you tomorrow.

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Hey everyone, this is Mira here now just before you hit the pause button, I want to let you know something we are having a giveaway this Ramadan to win the productive Muslim audiobook along with a free one year subscription to the productive Muslim Academy. So this is the same Academy that gives you access to the Ramadan course and all other great courses to help you be super productive. Now the exciting thing about this giveaway is that the more you share with your family and friends, the more entries you'll have to win this prize pack. So check it out by heading over to productive Muslim slash gift that is productive Muslim slash gift. Thank you for

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listening and have a great day.