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Belal Khan – From Video Games to Video Dawah, His Journey…

[Interesting People]Interview Series

We talked about how he got started with computers and other nerdy stuff.

Selling chocolate to strangers to building a profitable website about video games and comics to finally becoming a professional with video dawah. Starting Leechon Films.

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Belal Khan – Digital Marketing, Leechon
http://www.leechon.com
http://www.facebook.com/belal.marketing

Nahyan Chowdhury – Host
http://www.facebook.com/NahyanINC

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Timeline of the Interview:

Introduction

0:25 – Selling Chocolate To Strangers (and finding that fun)

3:05 – Coaching with Sh. Muhammad Alshareef and Going Pro in 2006 with Leechon

3:55 – Failed Business Idea…

6:55 – 1st Website and Video Experience

8:30 – Successful Video Dawah Project…where it all really began

Continue reading Belal Khan – From Video Games to Video Dawah, His Journey…

[Review] Sh. Muhammad Alshareef’s TimeTraveller DVD

If you aren’t aware of who Muhammad Alshareef is or his TimeTraveller [Time Management] seminar DVD…now you will be.

Watch this video (my review and experience with this seminar)



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Check it out: http://www.TimeTravelMaster.com/

In the video:

  • 3 big lessons from the seminar
  • The 1 breakthrough that really changed things up for me
  • special interruptions in the middle 😛

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If you’ve already got or attended the seminar, comment on what you benefitted from it.

If you’re considering it, feel free to ask your question below.

ps. did you notice the baby in there :p


2009 in Review (I of II)

2009 in Review

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2009 in Review

[Read Time >>> 4 minutes]

…so I’m curious if you’ve reviewed 2009.

—- 3 L’s for Goals and an Exercise below : 3 Things I’ve learned, 3 Things I’ve accomplished, and 3 Things I will focus on in 2010

Just before that though Do you even need to review 2009?

If you want to invest the lessons and growth of 2009 into your future, then YES. “You live and you learn” right

Umar ibn Al Khattab (radi ‘Allahu ‘anhu) said, “Take account of yourselves before it is taken of you. Weigh your deeds before they are weighed for you (on Day of Judgement) and beautify yourselves (with good deeds)…”

Here are 3 reasons to do this immediately:

  1. If you’re not learning from your mistakes, they WILL re-occur
  2. If you’re not excited for your future accomplishments, it’s doubtful you’ll have significant accomplishments to be excited about
  3. If the concept of thinking about life is uncomfortable…then there’s a serious need for this

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Exercise:

Although an over-simplified exercise for goal setting, it’s a good start. You can do it in 5 mins or make it even better with 20 mins

1) Write down like 10 Things you’ve Accomplished, Learned, and will Focus on in 2010
2) Just brainstorm and then summarize to 3 or 5 so you can glance back at it later on.

Note: make it specific, time-bound, and slightly unrealistic to make it exciting (Few points from Sh.Muhammad Alshareef)

3) Share it – tell someone else so it has some accountability  OR post it below saying you’re “DONE”

Reason: It’s amazing how the way we think and talk impacts our behavior.

I’ve done #1 and #2 myself, my #3 will be in Part II

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3 L’s for Goals:

3 L's
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1) Life-en it – (ok this “L” is wack, but I really wanted to make 3 L’s 🙂

If you want to reach a goal, you must “see the reaching” in your own mind before you actually arrive at your goal – Zig Ziglar

Make it real; KNOW that you can accomplish it, and don’t worry about HOW you’ll do it.


2) Love it – At a DiscoverU certification training with Sh.Muhammad Alshareef, during a coaching session, Noor said to Sh.Navaid Aziz “This goal should make sleep boring to you” – I found that fantastic.

“Sleep should be a necessity, not the objective” – Jim Rohn

Honestly, it doesn’t even need to be Continue reading 2009 in Review (I of II)