DAY 1

DREAMING BIG (FINDING PURPOSE & VISION)

DAY 2

GOAL SETTING, GOAL DIGGING & GOAL MAPPING

DAY 3

DAILY PLANNING & TAKING ACTION

DAY 4

WHAT’S NEXT?

DREAMING BIG (FINDING PURPOSE & VISION)

Tell me one thing you learned from today’s video?Β 

14 Comments

  1. Naseelah

    Assalamu alaikum ….
    Jazak allahu khaira aimen ….
    This video helped me a lot Nd now i know wr do i always make mistake

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam dear,

      Waiyyaki! That’s great Naseelah, Alhamdulilah you learned something valuable. We all make mistakes but not all of us figure out why we keep making the same mistakes. Now that you know where’s the problem, it’ll be much easier to fix it, Insha’Allah πŸ™‚

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  2. fatimah

    you just remind me that Allah sees our EFFORT, not our achievements. Can’t wait for the second video !

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    • Aimen

      Yes Fatimah πŸ™‚ I live by that Ayah seriously. Isn’t it so relieving to know that Allah S.W.T only sees our effort? πŸ™‚

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  3. saniah

    Assalaam aleikum … Thank you soo much Jazakillah khayr ..wallah I am so glad to have enrolled in this bootcamp at first I procrastinated on watching this video several times but today I was overwhelmed and had anxiety issues and actually cried like why aren’t things going my way… its when I decided maybe I should watch the video perhaps it will change my perception and how I view things… this lesson really opened me up and one thing I learned is that comparison isn’t something to focus on because it may tear us apart and also I learned that our purpose in life should always be on pleasing the creator

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Saniah!

      Those are some amazing lessons that you learned dear, Masha’Allah. I used to compare my work and studies with others in the beginning. Now Alhamdulilah I’m so much more productive and happier comparing myself to myself from yesterday. I’m sure you’ll feel the same way too, Insha’Allah. And yes, if you truly know your purpose and revise it regularly, it will guide you in everything you do in life. Great learning, Saniah! I’m so proud πŸ™‚

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  4. Tina

    Jazak Allah Khair, I got so much out of this , realised already I have a balance issue πŸ€”

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    • Aimen

      Waiyyaki! It’s great to know that you’re learning much. And now that you know the exact problem you’re facing, you can fix it over time Insha’Allah. Doing great, Tina! 😊

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  5. Aimen

    Waiyyaki dear!
    JazakAllah for reaching out. It was really nice reading such a long thoughtful comment. 😊

    I mean it when I say this- I have been there and at times I feel as if I am still there.. feeling overwhelmed about exams, responsibilities and building my Akhirah. But the difference I have felt slowlyy over the past 4 years, in my life and in my belief system has been remarkable. It is all due to the power of dreaming big with purpose. Why am I telling you this? It’s because after reading your comment, I had memory flashbacks πŸ™‚ Your problems have been mine. But what I’d like to share with you is that- this phase of adulthood, immediately after graduation, is probably the toughest when it comes to finding a clear vision in this life. I feel that transitioning into adulthood is a whole new type of struggle for most of us. So the only thing I believe we can do in this phase is keep going and never give up on thinking big as well as on our goals.

    I am impressed by your habit of planning and keeping journals (Masha’Allah). 😊 Not many people I know do that. I believe that this habit of yours can help you achieve literally anything you want to do in life. Never give up on it!

    One thing that will reduce your anxiety for sure is working on one of your goals and sticking with it all the way till the end. Whatever it is that you have planned to do over the past years, NOW is the time to pick one big goal and really start working on it. Commit to it and stick to it even when you feel like you can’t pull on any longer. I guarantee that you will feel the unease and dissatisfaction with yourself slowly slip away. Although you will feel anxiety on and off while working on your goals, however, that anxiety is rewarding as you take small steps that bring you closer to your goal. Hopefully the second video will guide you in depth about achieving goals.

    The reason why I say NOW is the time, it’s because once you get in the zone of studying for your post-grad exams and residency etc, you will never be able to come back to this time. From there onward, the responsibilities only go uphill.

    I think this comment is turning into an article πŸ˜‚ If there’s anything you would like help with, don’t ever hesitate to ask dear. And try not to stress over things so much, Insha’Allah you will find your way ❀️️

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    • Hnia Usman

      JizakAllah kher for taking the time out to reply and leaving such a detailed response! I am studying for USMLE exams and recently got married and moved to a new country so it has been challenging settling in. Also I just failed my 1st attempt at my driving test today. πŸ˜‚ But I am trying to not be disheartened and just think of it as a learning experience. I feel like up to a certain point in life ,especially up to my A Levels, I was so used to always doing well that I simply cannot bear failure or defeat of any kind without falling apart. But I know that some kind of disappointment will be inevitable in life and I can only control my efforts, not the outcome! I am still pondering over the lessons of the first video- I never really sat down and thought of my ‘Big Dream’ so I spent a day or two mulling it over and then jotted down my notes in the workbook you designed. I will be moving onto Video#2 today In sha Allah. May Allah bless you for all your efforts! <3

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      • Aimen

        Of course, my pleasure πŸ™‚
        Oh dear, that’s a lot of major changes that you’ve had to go through in life! I’m sure it must be quite challenging.
        I agree with you when you say that disappointment is inevitable for all of us human beings at some point in our lives. Up until we are students, our disappointments are usually study-related. As we get older, we start seeing a world bigger and more disappointing than how we imagined it, haha πŸ˜‚ But only with disappointments can we learn how to actually deal with disappointments. Once we learn how to deal with them, we are better prepared for the next round of disappointment life throws our way, even though it hurts the same.

        You failing your driving test once is hardly considered a failure and just another skill you’ll learn with time 😊 Don’t think much about it sweetie.

        I am really glad you’re dreaming big already, brainstorming and jotting down ideas, Masha’Allah! Dreaming big is something that the entire youth is innately capable of, yet most of us don’t give much thought to it. It’s great that the videos are helping you, Alhamdulilah. Ameen to your duas dear. ❀️️.

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  6. Hnia Usman

    JizakAllah kher for the informative video and for creating such a helpful website for Muslims. As someone who just graduated medical school and is grappling with the responsibilities of adulthood and feeling very overwhelmed and anxious about upcoming exams and other goals, this video really helped me to look at things from a fresh perspective. I am a planner through and through, having kept multiple journals and diaries throughout my school life. I have always wanted to dedicate more time to learning about Islam but throughout my five years of medical college, I kept telling myself I would do that once I graduated. Now here I am on the other side of the road and I have realized that life does not get any easier after college, it only gets busier and more demanding. As someone who is naturally prone to stress and anxiety to the point where it becomes crippling, I have been struggling immensely with the goals I set for myself over the past months. I have become increasingly disheartened and often end up telling myself that there is no way I can succeed in this phase of life. I hope I am able to apply the lessons you have tried to impart in these video lessons in my life and stay on them consistently In sha Allah. Looking forward to the next video!

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  7. Nishana Nishu

    Aimen those classes were awsome.. Jazakallah kahir dear😍

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    • Aimen

      Waiyyaki! I’m glad you liked them sweetie ❀️️

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