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?

DAY 2: GOAL-SETTING, GOAL-DIGGING

& GOAL-MAPPING


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

40 Comments

  1. Maisha Samiha

    Assalamu Alaikum Aimen,

    Thank you for highlighting the importance of planning and writing down from Quran. The sectioning of goals in different jars is a great idea. I wrote my goals on the workbook along with you. Hope I’ll be more productive and efficient In Shaa Allah and take actions towards those. Keep up your great work!

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  2. UZAIR M SYED

    This was so practical and well thought method… and it makes me feel so dumb…lol

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  3. Areej Mustafa

    JazakAllah Khair !! It really helped me. In Sha Allah I will plan according to this.. I am facing so much problems of Time management. I am really worried.

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  4. Juni Umairah

    alhamdulillah! amazing aimenn!! this worth so much money but you give it for free. I pray that Allah build you the most magnificent home in hereafter. I want to become like you! who gives benefit to other people <3 I want to help others in my community who are struggling with productivity also, but in my native language.. jazakillah khairan aimen

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  5. Tunazzina

    Assalamualikum
    The thing that I learn from this lesson that big goals have to divide into mini-goals and tasks and then have to try to act upon it. And I was struggling with this. Now, I have got the solution, Alhamdulilah. May Allah accept your hard work and grant you a higher place in Jannah.

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  6. aydahaini

    Assalaumalikum sister,

    Alhamdulillah, I have been working on my lab work last Friday and finally able to catch up your video 2 today! I find it practical and very helpful to organize the mini goals to consistently achieving the big goal. Look forward to your video 3. Jazakallah:)

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  7. Usan

    The thing that made me think a lot is the fact that Allah is the best of all planners. To strengthen my relationship with Allah, I shall embrace his perfect attribute and be a good planne myself.

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    • Aimen

      InshaAllah! Giving your best to creating amazing plans and then having tawakkul and trusting Allah’s plans is really the best way to move forward in life. I’m sure you’ll be great at planning Usan! May Allah S.W.T. help you, Ameen.

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  8. Hana

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuh, jazak Allah khair, I feel like taking the time on planning and setting goals is worth it in’sha’Allah. I really enjoyed the input you shared regarding the Qur’an, and what I’ve also learnt is that concept of jars, that’s an amazing tip to find balance in life in’sha’Allah!
    Looking forward to the next video in’sha’Allah! ๐Ÿ˜€

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu Hana! Thank you for sharing what you learned from the video. I totally agree that taking your time to set goals properly and dig into them is worth is in the end. Saves a lot of time and misguided effort later down the road! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  9. Mantchy

    Salam aleykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakat I watch the video could you help me please thank w

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    • Aimen

      Amazing! Loving the dedication! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. manar mostafa

    i have learned that it’s not bad to spend a good amount of time planning , also that i am – right now – a goal quitter ;(

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  11. Sarah

    Assalamualaikum Aimen,
    Thank you for these videos, they are really helpful. I am actually a goal dreamer and a goal avoider. I set goals all the time and keep on setting almost the same goals all over again every few months, and now I can see why. This system is great and thank you for spending so much time putting them together and share them with us.
    I do have one question for you though. Do you reward yourself everytime you reach a goal? I mean, I realize that achieving the goal itself is a reward, but do you like, buy yourself something pretty or something? you know what I mean..

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Sarah! You’re most welcome ๐Ÿ™‚ โค๏ธ I do actually reward myself after achieving my goals, yeah ๐Ÿ˜€ But it’s not always something grand/ fancy, my rewards are mostly spending time doing things I love and unplugging from everything including work. When I can’t do that, then I reward myself by eating out/ going out with friends or something like that. Basically, reward is not something you spend time thinking about. Best reward is doing what you feel like doing in that moment when you’ve completed your goal. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. Jaweria

    Assalam o alaikum. Jazzak Allah u khayr for such a detailed, well planned and informative video. It is simply amazing. But I feel a bit worried now since it will take me to 2 to 3 days to commit myself to plan, think about mini goals and then split them into daily tasks. I believe it will be easy for me to finally achieve my goals inshaa Allah, ( once i seriously commit myself to work out a detailed plan).
    I am just afraid of commitments-ones that require long-term sincere efforts. Hahaha.
    Jazzak Allah u khayr.

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Jaweria! Waiyyaki! I totally get how scary it can be to commit to something long-term (no to mention overwhelming). But you don’t have to commit to something so lone-term to be honest. You can divide/ convert a long-term goal into a short-term goal. Then start with the short-term goals that’s for max. 1-3 months. And then once you’ve covered that shorter period successfully, you can always expand on it slowly until you’re on your way to getting through with the long-term goal! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  13. Halima Khalid

    As salamu alaikum wa rehmatullah wa barakatuhu!๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒธโœจ
    I was wandering on internet from last year , but couldnโ€™t find such goal-orientation ideas . These videos are really amazing and it will help those only who act upon it. Aimen youโ€™re really helping Muslim Youth in a very different and creative way, anxiously waiting for video # 3 . Thank you .โ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Halima. Your words have inspired me to work harder and create more such content for growth-oriented Muslims like you โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ™‚ Love you sweetie โค๏ธ

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      • Fatai

        Assalam aleakum,your goal setting formular has really change a lot in my life since I started following it.May Allah reward you in this word and the hereafter

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        • Aimen

          Walaikumassalam Fatai! I’m so happy to hear that Alhamdulilah. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’d love to hear about a goal that you followed through after applying the goal-setting formula. Please do share.
          And Ameen for your kind duas.

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  14. Oumaima

    assalamualaykum dear Aimen, how are you doing?
    you know I loveed both this and the first video and I found them too interesting and helpful, jazzaki allah khairen,
    I want also to let you know that what surprised me the most in this video is that we should start by planing for the month firstly then go to the weeks and the days, I always start by planing for the day I’m in, and things go usualy wrong, but I wish this new concept would help in my future planing inchaallah,
    thank you again Aimen, so much love from me.

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam dear! That’s so good to hear ๐Ÿ™‚ Alhamdulilah. Yes, if not monthly planning, then at least try and do weekly planning before you start the daily planning. It works much more effectively that way. You are most welcome Oumaima! I’m glad you learned something valuable!โค๏ธ

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  15. Asmaa

    ุงู„ุณู„ุงู… ุนู„ูŠูƒู… ูˆุฑุญู…ุฉ ุงู„ู„ู‡ ูˆ ุจุฑูƒุงุชู‡
    ุฌุฒุงูƒ ุงู„ู„ู‡ ุฎูŠุฑุง

    First of all I’d like to tell you that I started planning a year ago but what I learnt lately was planning in a daily basis what you “must” do and what you “should ” do ; that helped me to avoid the bad feelings abt not accomplishing my to do list ; I tried to set my goals using the idea of what’s important and what’s urgent but it didn’t work till I understood that I must plan what’s important than what’s urgent not the 4 categories together ; thank you so much; keep going you are doing a great job

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Asmaa, Waiyyaki! Masha’Allah you’ve learned a lot. And I’m impressed by your persistent efforts from last year to become more productive ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep it up dear!

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  16. Mizna

    Assalam alaikum sister.
    This video has motivated me so much. as i listened to it i felt like i fit into all 4 type of goal setter. But Alhamdulilah now i know where my short comings were. Jazkallah khairan kaseera .

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Mizna!

      Waiyyaki! That’s awesome to hear ๐Ÿ™‚ Yeah, it can feel like that sometimes. ๐Ÿ˜€ We tend to shift from being one type of goal-setter to another sometimes. But it’s good to know that you know exactly where the problems were! Alhamdulilah.

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  17. Hajar

    Salaamoe alaikoem Aimen!
    Thank you for the second video, it was very helpful. I am still not completely sold yet because I have never been a planner. Because I am just not really structured and I am very lazy.I will give it a try and I hope it wil help me!
    jazakallahoe ghairan.

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Hajar! You’re most welcome ๐Ÿ™‚ Although I say you don’t have to be “obsessively organized” to be super-productive, I do believe some sort of “structure” is mandatory if you want to get to that next level of productivity (whatever that may be for you). So if this training helps you get started on planning, even if it’s just small baby steps, it’s a win to me :). And I’m lovin’ your mindset of “giving things you’ve never done a try”. Keep it up! โค๏ธ

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  18. Koba

    Jazakallah khair sister Aimen.the videos are super helpful.was searching for this kind of stuff for a very long time.your way of explaining is incredible.๐Ÿ‘

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    • Aimen

      Waiyyaki Koba! I’m so glad you’re loving them! ๐Ÿ™‚ Alhamdulilah. Great to have you on-board โค๏ธ

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  19. Belkis

    This seems so helpful. Thank you so much ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Aimen

      You are most welcome Belkis! โค๏ธ

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  20. Md.Mamun

    Assalamualikum.Alhamdulillah your lesson is so helpful for me because from now I will be able to allocate my time properly InsaAllah.Zazakallah Khair for your valuable effort.

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    • Aimen

      Walaikumassalam Mamun,

      I’m glad that it was helpful ๐Ÿ˜Š Insha’Allah you will!

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      • leila muhammad

        Assalamualeikumu
        Jazakillah so much now i understand how to set my goalsโ˜บ

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        • Aimen

          Walaikumassalam,

          Waiyyaki! That’s awesome Leila! ๐Ÿ™‚

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          • Azzu

            Asallamwailkum,
            First of all jazakAllah khair sister like literally .I’m a student whose preparing for my medical entrance and hearing u r a docter made me super happy becoming a doctor is a childhood dream for me but somewhere this year when i actually needed to put all my efforts into it i lost my battle ..and there r only a few months left for me to overcome it ..and i was struggling abt how do i make it work not just i was distracted from my studies but also from deen …and now when i am planning or trying to overcome this u literally came like a blessing in disguise…and I’m really happy i found out abt this MYP.
            ..u r doing such a great work sis may Allah grant u all the happiness in this duniya and akhira ..
            Love you

          • Aimen

            Alhamdulilah Alhamdulilah! Ameen. Happy to have you here on MYP dear. JazakAllah for such kind words! ๐Ÿ™‚ Love you too Azzu โค๏ธ

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