Muslim Digital Entrepreneurs
SINCE CHILDHOOD, WE Muslims have been conditioned to focus on our studies so we could get a “good” job, a respectable job, a job that Muslim parents can be proud of and boast about to their friends. We have been told to focus on a career that will be attractive to our future spouse or a job that will be accepted by a certain clique of friends.
Traditional jobs may be perfect for some, but for the Muslim entrepreneur — who has a certain drive and passion, who comes from something other than the standard mold, who is never satisfied with the status quo and is always yearning for something bigger in life — the traditional job becomes a shackle. The traditional job limits your potential. Its restrictions prevent you from becoming the something bigger and greater that you yearn to be.
The traditional job restricts your life in so many ways from location, position, and even pay. Once you have hit the “ceiling” in your job, attained the highest position you can achieve, and earned the highest pay the company is willing to pay you, where else is there to go? What guarantees do you even have from your employer that you will even get a raise, or that you will receive your next bonus or even if your job will still exist next month? Think about that. And now, think about this: On the flip side of that traditional job coin, there is another option, and if you break out of these molded expectations and take the risks that are innately natural to you, if you give yourself the permission to remove those shackles and take the chance to build your own destiny and put your trust in your Creator, amazing things can happen. As children we were conditioned to have limiting beliefs. We were asked, “Honey, what do you want to be when you grow up?”. But the real question is “What changes do you want to make in the world and in people’s lives?”. This is the kind of question that will broaden our horizons and open our minds to the limitless possibilities that can fulfill our hearts, minds and our futures.
So, lets get on with the list of Top Muslim Digital Marketing Entrepreneurs in USA. (in alphabetical order)
What do you think? If you know someone who needs to be on this list, let me know in the comments and we’ll discuss!