Business

Resources for Muslims and achieving a better understanding of business…

Business is a mindset…think about the Sahabah (radi’Allahu ahn)….Financial resources are necessarily to aid the spread of Islam and da’wah. Having good intentions to starting a business (providing for your family and providing for the community, the poor in the Ummah) — we ask Allah to help you achieve this noble intention…

Philosophy:
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars and obtain a certificate to understand business. Just like you need to acquire any skills or mindset, you just need to get our of your comfort zone, read, and find a mentor.

Works by Sh. Mirza Yawar Baig:

His YouTube Channel(s):
http://www.youtube.com/user/YawarBaigAssociates/videos?view=0&flow=grid&sort=p

Elevator Speech and the importance of networking:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Xlc0U5xnIM

7 Keys to Success:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tI1y7UIyluQ

VIDEOS:

Simon Sinek

Ted Talks and Ted X Talks

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BOOKS:

The 10 best self-development and business books – books that will change your life!

10 books to read: top self-development and business books

Keyword: books that will change your life

Source:
http://www.brighterlife.ca/2013/12/12/ten-books-that-can-change-your-life/

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1. How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie (1936)

With more than 15 million copies sold worldwide, How To Win Friends is considered the first best-seller in the self-development genre. This is a can’t-miss read, so take the opportunity to discover what millions have learned for the past 75 years.

2. Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill (1937)

Think and Grow Rich is considered the classic of personal improvement. With more than 70 million copies sold, this 1937 must-read has stood the test of time. Don’t let the title fool you: Riches aren’t what’s in your bank account; as Hill points out, the road to success is paved with the wealth of knowledge, not cash.

3. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen R. Covey (1989)

The title says it all and it should come as no surprise that Covey’s 1989 masterpiece sits on TIME Magazine’s list of the 25 most influential business management books. If you really want to raise your game a notch, invest the time in this Covey classic.

4. Good To Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t, by Jim Collins (2001)

Jim Collins set the business world on fire with the release of this 2001 best-seller revealing the secrets to success of the world’s top organizations. Good to Great has become standard reading for those who want to take their organization to the next level.

5. Primal Leadership, by Daniel Goleman (2004)

Emotional intelligence (EI) is one of the key traits that great leaders possess. So if you feel you’re lacking in this area or want to brush up on your EI skills, there is no one better to share insights on this subject than Daniel Goleman.

6. Outliers: The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell (2008)

Malcolm Gladwell is riding the best-selling wave with his latest book, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants, but it’s his widely acclaimed Outliers: The Story of Success that is my personal favourite. If you really want to know what separates the best from the rest, then start here.

7. The Five Levels of Leadership, by John Maxwell (2011)

I can’t say enough about the great work John Maxwell has produced over the last 30 years in the area of leadership. His expertise and insight have been perfectly captured in the more-than-60 books he’s authored, but if you were only to read one of his many best-sellers, let it be The Five Levels of Leadership — it’s a sure-fire winner.

8. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni (2002)

Teamwork is an essential function of every organization, but too often our work teams are ineffective, disorganized or downright dysfunctional. No one has a better handle on team dynamics than Patrick Lencioni, and his best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team is proof of that.

9. Grow a Pair: How To Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business and Your Sanity, by Larry Winget (2013)

They call Larry Winget the Pitbull of Personal Development for a reason: He’s a no-holds-barred, in-your-face, no-excuses, best-selling author, and Grow a Pair puts an exclamation point on Winget’s call to arms. It’s a heavy dose of common sense and a wake-up call for taking accountability for your life. It’s also very funny.

10. The Success Principles: How To Get From Where You Are To Where You Want To Be, by Jack Canfield (2006)

“Of all the books I recommend, The Success Principles receives the highest praise.”

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