Founder & Lead Trainer at Leaders' Academy | NLP Practitioner & Coach
Ishaq Bin Sadiq is a founder & president of The Tribe and also heading Leaders’ Academy. He regularly gives motivational talks and trainings at various organizations like BIZTEK University, IoBM, KASBIT, IBA, The City School, LCMD, etc.
Ishaq is a student of knowledge and currently pursuing his Alim degree from a reputable madarsa in Karachi. He is also a researcher, trainer and coach and has wide experience in training and development of Youth of Pakistan. He is associated with SeM Adventures – an experiential learning program as a trainer and mentor.
He also takes keen interest in personal and leadership development and regularly attends seminars in hope of improving himself. He is also a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner & Coach.
Ishaq has a passion for learning and teaching in the social sectors, including education, social projects, and other cause-driven non for profits. And, In his free time, likes to spend time with his friends, read books and play Squash and Table-tennis. Ishaq Bin Sadiq is a founder & president of The Tribe and also heading Leaders’ Academy. He regularly gives motivational talks and trainings at various organizations like BIZTEK University, IoBM, KASBIT, IBA, The City School, LCMD, etc.
Unraveling the Beauty of Salah
From Ritual to Spiritual:
Elevating Your Salah Experience
5 times a day, 7 times a week, 365 days a year with no breaks in between. Allah has given so much importance to something that one cannot help but question: what for?
Salah is the most important act of worship in Islam, and every Muslim strives to improve the quality of their prayers. This course aims to help you attain tranquility and understanding at every part of performing Salaah.
The daily prayer (salah) plays a central role in the daily life of a Muslim. This amazing prophetic ritual is replete with beautiful utterances of remembrance and wisdom.
Salah is the conversation with Allah. It is about reflection and contemplating. It is about grasping and understanding. It is about feeling what you are saying and then exploring into it and being absorbed by the experience of the salah.