Larangan Bersifat Bakhil

Daripada Jabir RA bahawasanya Rasulullah SAW bersabda, “Takutlah kamu daripada melakukan perbuatan zalim kerana sesungguhnya kezaliman akan membawa kegelapan pada hari kiamat dan takutkanlah kamu daripada bersifat bakhil kerana sesungguhnya perbuatan tersebut membinasakan umat-umat yang sebelum kamu, sifat bakhil mendorong mereka pertumpahan darah sesama sendiri dan menghalalkan yang haram.”

Huraian Hadith:

1) Umat Islam dikehendaki bersifat pemurah serta berbelanja secara sederhana dan menjauhkan diri daripada bersifat bakhil.

2) Kezaliman adalah antara dosa besar, orang yang melakukan kezaliman di dunia sama ada kepada diri sendiri atau orang lain akan mendapat pembalasan yang setimpal daripada Allah pada hari kiamat.

3) Sifat kedekut atau bakhil boleh mendorong manusia bersengketa dan berbunuhan sesama sendiri atau orang lain akan mendapat pembalasan yang setimpal daripada Allah pada hari kiamat.

4) Sifat kedekut atau bakhil boleh mendorong manusia bersengketa dan berbunuhan sesama sendiri serta menghalalkan apa yang diharamkan oleh Allah SWT.

(Hadith Riwayat Muslim)

Kredit : http://www.islam.gov.my/e-hadith/238-larangan-bersifat-bakhil

You’re probably giving people feedback the wrong way

In a work environment, it’s tempting to point out minor grievances. After all, if you’re the boss in a modern office you might think it’s your job to provide constructive criticism. The sales presentation had too much detail. The status meeting went too long.

Sadly, this is all too common. I’ve worked in environments where the concepts of “incremental personal improvements” and “radical transparency” are the norm.

It’s not the best way to lead, though.

According to recent research into how the brain works, constant nitpicking is not ideal. Brain scientists know that our neurons and synaptic connections actually grow and develop in the areas where we have the strongest brain activity. If someone is really smart about running data analytics on your social media accounts, and they have incredible tacit knowledge in that area, pointing out a total lack of people skills means you are giving feedback in the worst way possible. You are not helping that person to excel. In fact, you are inhibiting their growth by focusing on their negative attributes and pointing out flaws.

There’s a better way, and it’s a fairly simple and obvious trick.

In mentoring students at a college these last few years, I’ve learned that real growth happens when I point out their strengths and give them positive feedback. I’m well-known for telling people what they did right. “You did an awesome job on that marketing study” is a common refrain. “You cranked out that data analytics report perfectly” is a smart coda.

If you lead people, the trick is to tell people they’re awesome in a real and genuine way–to point out the specific things they did right to help the team and how they accomplished important tasks with excellence.

I believe it’s the secret to leading a successful team.

Here’s an example.

I recently worked on a podcast with a few college students. I love their energy and enthusiasm for learning how to record the audio, edit out the fluff, and promote the final product. One member of the team has learned the balance between being too scripted and not following closely to a script. To be honest, this is a life lesson–how much should we explore new ideas and try radical things, and how much should we stick to the business playbook? It takes a lifetime, and college students are just at the starting gate.

During the recording process, I kept giving the host encouraging feedback. I said “you’re awesome” a lot. I pointed out what worked. We kept improving. We found a balance between rabbit trailing too much and not adhering so closely to the topic at hand.

I’m amazed at how this helped us all get along and how the project turned out better.

I love doing this mentoring, and I’ve seen amazing growth.

I’ve noticed when I do start pointing out problems and flaws, it tends to drag everyone down. It’s not that I never redirect their efforts, but I avoid having that take precedence or overshadow a constant flow of positive feedback.

Will you try giving radically positive feedback?

Forget radical transparency. Praise them like crazy instead.

From: Inc.

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Ganjaran Solat Sepanjang Malam

عَنْ عُثْمَانَ بْنِ عَفَّانَ قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ مَنْ شَهِدَ الْعِشَاءَ فِي جَمَاعَةٍ كَانَ لَهُ قِيَامُ نِصْفِ لَيْلَةٍ وَمَنْ صَلَّى الْعِشَاءَ وَالْفَجْرَ فِي جَمَاعَةٍ كَانَ لَهُ كَقِيَامِ لَيْلَةٍ

Dari Uthman bin Affan ia berkata; “Rasulullah SAW bersabda: “Barangsiapa melaksanakan solat isya berjamaah maka ia mendapatkan pahala solat setengah malam, dan barangsiapa melaksanakan solat isya dan subuh dengan berjamaah maka ia mendapatkan pahala solat sepanjang malam.” (HR Tirmizi No: 205) Status: Hadis Sahih

Pengajaran:

  1. Allah memberi kelebihan kepada mereka yang melaksanakan solat berjemaah di masjid.
  2. Muslim yang solat isya berjemaah, dia akan mendapat pahala seolah-olah solat separuh malam.
  3. Muslim yang melaksanakan solat isya dan subuh berjemaah akan mendapat ganjaran seolah-olah ia telah bersolat sepanjang malam.
  4. Rebutlah peluang mendapat ganjaran yang besar dengan melaksanakan solat fardu Isya dan Subuh di masjid secara berjemaah.

Guys, Be Respectful

Be respectful is one of the most important lessons everyone needs to learn. Which applies to me too. Since I have a track record of sarcastic remarks and well tailored argument to bring down someone else argument.

Usually I’d argued that it is for a good cause, but as I grew older I wished I could have deal with all those circumstances better.

Now, respect goes both ways. And I usually stone-cold in holding my ground. And if I sense in anyway someone is disrespecting me, I would retaliate and he or she would know it.

I can be fierce and fearless. My previous bosses would know.

Again, the point here is, in order to be respected, be respectful.

And also, respect yourself first.

Source: Association for Talent Development

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