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Author: Ammar Ilyas

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I talk to people with the aim of inspiring the listeners to be a craftsman in the social, physical, spiritual and creative aspect of their lives.A craftsman is someone who is dedicated to improvement.
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Ahmed was always a different kid growing up. When he was in school, he didn't like how expensive past papers were so he decided to sell them himself. He then got really into fitness and sold nutritional supplements right after which he fell in love with e-commerce and dipped his fingers into that as well.He flew to Malaysia for university upon which he realized how strenuous the visa application process for students was. So he decided to open up a recruitment agency for students wanting to study in Malaysia and ended up paying for his whole degree by himself. He is now owning a barbershop in Malaysia because he could not find one that he liked in his neighbourhood.In this episode, we talk about all this and how we might learn to apply his principles and lessons into our own lives.
As a humorous keynote speaker, Frank brings his corporate brand of comedy to educate, inspire, and finally, entertain…again, ah-has, with a sprinkling of ha-ha’s, in a one of a kind presentation on matters of life and death. I first came across Frank through his many TED Talks that captured me with his one-of-a-kind stories and experiences that legit gave me goosebumps.With a history of suicidal thoughts and depression, he brings a unique style that cuts through cultural barriers when talking about this often taboo topic. In this episode, we talk about how we can better show up for our friends, recognizing suicidal patterns and better equipping ourselves to support and care for our loved ones. Website - https://www.thementalhealthcomedian.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealthcomedian/?hl=enTED Talks - https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Frank+King+ted+talks
Growing up, Nidhal was the scrawniest, little-est kid in our group. Then, he started working out and is known as the dude with the abs and the fitness guru by those who know him. He started from knowing nothing and is now a gym junkie.In this episode, we talk about fitness in general, the different types of working out, beginning your fitness journey and the best ways for young kids to stay fit. 
Faisal Choudhry is the host of the popular podcast Freshly Grounded - a podcast aimed at young Muslims ranging from topics about faith, lifestyle and more. In this episode, we talk about the idea of engaging in discourse and handling disagreements arising in our daily lives. Faisal talks about how handling much of this lies in developing the ability to managing our personal relationships in our lives.-----------------------Freshly Grounded - https://freshlygrounded.com/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/freshlygrounded?sub_confirmation=1Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/freshly-grounded/id1204792336Faisal Choudhry - https://www.instagram.com/faisalchdry/?hl=en
Saudha Ifham was someone I should not have met. Thanks to this podcast, I was introduced to her because she would make a good guest to record a podcast- and that's what we did!After completing uni, she ended up taking a gap year to discover herself. In this episode, we talk a lot about the discovering process, getting rid of toxicity, work-life balance and making friends!------Timestamps1) Taking a Gap Year from University - 4:46 - 10:252) Work-Life Balance - 14:43 - 16:373) Money-Tips - 18:26 - 24:274) Making Friends - 25:11 - 29:045) Thought Catalogue - 31:45 - 33:446) Living a Toxic-Free Life - 41:40 - 49:067) Theory of Presences - 51:30 - 59:058) Morning and Night Time Routines - 1:09:10 - 1:13:14
For as long as I have known Saif, he has never been shy to talk about how much he admires his mother. Saif credits the person he is today, entirely to his upbringing and the role that his parents played in his life. In 2016, he lost his mother to diabetes and has continuously strived to be just as his mother taught him to be. He believes that youth nowadays do not value their parents as much as they should and so he sat down with me to talk about it
Haaziq Feroze is one of my good(est) friend, currently in Sri Lanka working as an "Executive - Content Creation and Events for Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts which is part of John Keells Holdings PLC" . When he was a teen, he had an Instagram account called "that_chief_ex_off" because being a CEO was his biggest aspiration. He has always been obsessed with leadership for as long as I have known him and hence, I sat down with him to talk about just that
Manik Rege is a fellow Monash Alumni who is now working as a freelancer in the social media marketing field. He is very passionate about all things marketing. He has a very informative blog (https://manikrege.org/) where he writes about improving your online presence, marketing faq and more!LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/manikrege/
This episode was inspired by a TED Talk I recently heard. All of us are guilty of stereotyping at one point in time or another. If we can be mindful of our thinking when encountering someone new, we can begin to shatter the walls and divides that stereotyping puts up. Link to the TED Talk - https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story?language=enTo get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
This episode was courtesy of Monash University Islamic Society. I spoke about why it is important to try new things and how you can grow from it.  A lot of times you will find yourself in a situation where you know what to say and how to handle the situation but the thought of engaging in a difficult conversation is what is stops you. If we can somehow reframe our thinking and look at this whole act not as something we have to do but as a new experience - it will be a total game-changer. So this episode is really just me talking about what seeking discomfort means to me and why I love doing it.More of MUIS;1) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/muis.malaysia/2) Website - https://www.muis.my/3) Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/muis.malaysia/To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
Tiffeny Farag is the host of "Get To Know You with Tiffeny Farag". Her intention is to normalize and popularize open conversations and access deeper dialogues. She believes that connections become stronger when we explore our thinking and behaviour and is a strong advocate for including diverse people in one's life.In this episode, we talk about how diversity affects our lives and how that can lead us to become more open-minded people. We also dive a bit into how to handle misunderstandings and criticisms from others.More of Tiffeny Farag;1) Tiffeny's Podcast - https://www.buzzsprout.com/10037712) Tiffeny's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gettoknowyouwithtiffenyfarag/?hl=afTo get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
Faisal Choudhry is the founder and co-host of the Number 1 ranked podcast "Freshly Grounded" dedicated to encouraging excellence & empowering Muslims around the world. He is also a YouTuber & Entrepreneur. In this episode, we talk about the importance of giving second chances, how to react when we offend people and confronting others when we have been offended.-Links to stuff mentioned in the episode;1) Charisma on Command (min 3:44) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFphNr0FK-0More of Faisal Choudhry;1) YouTube (Personal) - https://www.youtube.com/c/FaisalChoudhry/featured2) YouTube (Podcast) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsy3iXZmEZ66-D7QeLPzeKw2) Website - https://freshlygrounded.com/3) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/freshly_grounded/?hl=enTo get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
It's only been four episodes in, and it's already been quite the ride! I have always intended each episode of this show to be between two of you, rather than one of you and me. Hence, I have decided it's best to begin Season 2, and I cannot wait!To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
One of the main problems that atheists have when it comes to religion is that a fundamental part of it is belief in the unseen. In this episode, Ammar is joined by a friend to discuss if a 100% understanding in every aspect of religion is required to believe in it. To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
In 2050, it is estimated to have more plastic than fish in the sea. Should we do something about it? In this episode, Ammar is joined by a friend to discuss the issue of plastic pollution and if the alternatives to plastic are really suitable replacements. To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.ResourcesFor:-1) History and Future of Plastics2) Plastic Ban Could Do More Harm Than Good3) How To Dispose of Plastic StrawsAgainst:-1) 50 Minutes to Save the World2) Why Plastic Pollution is Personal3) A Drop in the Plastic Oceanlet's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
The world has been debating the morality of being a billionaire in modern times for a while now. In this episode, Ammar is joined by a friend to discuss the hot issue of tax evasion in the US and how to combat it. To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me.let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
Humans have been dealing with hardships ever since the dawn of life. In this episode, Ammar is joined by a friend to discuss how much of a role a higher source of power plays (if any) when dealing with hardships. To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me. let's Agree to Disagree | Inspiring the world to disagree productively.
This is an introductory episode outlining the idea of this podcast and where this podcast is intended to go in the future. Listen to Ammar speak about why it's essential to disagree productively.To get in contact / provide feedback, please DM me. let's Agree to Disagree | Join Ammar Ilyas on a new episode every Friday as he sits down with someone he disagrees with on a particular topic and attempts to have a productive discourse. 
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