Moving on to success is only possible if we become more resilient and find a way to turn failure into motivation. Brendon Burchard tells us that when we feel defeated we must not struggle against it, rather we must accept the outcome. It is ok to feel disappointed, bu…
Olympic athletes are at the top of their game and we could take some lessons from them on success. Common behavioral traits of many successful athletes are seen in successful entrepeneurs ,families and everyday workers. You can take these 4 lessons on success from Olympic athletes and apply it to your life. 1- Self-Discipline. The ability to control our …
Did you ever ask yourself one day why you do something and not something else? Did you think about the effect that what you do has on others? Does it make them happy? Sad? Doubtful about you?
If we can’t look towards what’s coming next, what is going to happen in the future, what the result of that action is, then we won’t be able to manage our time, we won’t be able to organize our day or our life.
Welcoming a new year with a new set of wishes and dreams, it is important to reflect on the stories of people who successfully achieved their life-dreams in 2017.
Amid rising bigotry and hateful rhetoric in the west, some Muslims shined as role models whose success stories inspired the religious minority to excel in the toughest circumstances.
Though he is only 13, Mansur supports a family of nine by working at a Kabul market with nothing more than a wheelbarrow and his wits.
Marriage is an exclusive right given to human beings. Yet, mating would include all species — including even the plant kingdom.
Why did God favor humans with such high honor?
Another important Islamic habit for success is to be consistent in what you do. Big gestures of productivity may seem great on the external but they fail to produce the same result day in day out.
In his book, Al-Hikam (Words of Wisdom), sheikh Ibn `Ataa’ says: “A sign of success in the end is to refer to Allah in the beginning. If there is no sunrise in the beginning, there is no sunrise in the end.”