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YouthlyHub Reader Survey Responses (Summary)

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YouthlyHub Reader Survey Responses (Summary)


Based on your feedback over the past 3 weeks, I have summarised all of the responses into 6 categories – based on similar themes/ subject matter. The topics are still quite unrefined and in some cases very broad but never mind, they will be fine tuned to suit your specific needs as we move along.

Be sure to look out for these topics in the upcoming weeks and months. Your suggestions are still highly welcome.

Here’s a brief overview.

1 – Correct worship of Allah [SWT]
2 – Dealing with parents & other family members
3 – How to relate with the opposite sex
4 – Sibling relationship [making it work]
5 – Parent ~ Youth interaction [closing up the generational gap]

Community work/ Contribution
6 – Social Entrepreneurship
7 – Dawah
8 – Earning Halaal
9 – Business Ideas
10 – Entrepreneurial advice for the youth

Social Issues
11 – Exam Pressure: Planning ahead vs. Cheating
12 – Discovering your passion and working to serve Ummah/Islam
13 – Influence of Social Media
14 – Looking at the single life (developing the right attitude)

Dealing with Emotions [Inner struggles + spiritual devotion]
15 – Managing Desires/ Overcoming temptations
16 – Devotion in worship
17 – Khushoo in salah
18 – Dealing with depression, anxiety  & rejections
19 – Developing a positive mind set

Personal development/ Skills education
20 – Building the right skills to serve Islam
21 – Becoming your best self
22 – Time Management
23 – Nurturing your creative side

So what do you think?

Did I miss out on anything?

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  1. Aboubakar February 9, 2014

    Asalam Alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,

    Masha Allah! how Amazing! I’m looking forward to reading these great topics for muslim youth. May Allah grant you a great life in this world and hereafter as well. you’re making the world a better place for young Muslim so that they can earn Jannah easily. The thing that I like the most about your site is that, you do not only teach us on how to reach our ultimate goal which is Jannah, but also you educate us on how to live happily in this imperfect world {on which we are visitors}.Once again thank you very much for a great job you do and may Allah grant you the highest level in Jannah for this. by the way, I think you didn’t miss out on anything.

    1. Amina Edota February 13, 2014

      Great! Thanks for the response Br. Aboubakar. JZK

  2. Said Hasan December 23, 2013

    Masha Allah. Cool topics.
    I discovered your site through your recent post in productivemuslim.com.
    Since then I enjoyed visiting your site.
    I participated in the survey a few days ago expressing a need for entrepreneurial content from an Islamic perspective. I follow business sites like entrepreneur.com, inc.com, mashable.com , etc. It will be great if this new site grow like those big sites by covering cool or great business topics.
    But for that to happen, I think youthlyhub should improve from the site design to uptodate content, to a dedicated team staff than being an individual blog to SEO to attract more visiters and readers.
    I also love to see this website covering the other topics mentioned above besides entrepreneurship/business.
    JazakAllah khayr.

    1. Amina Edota December 24, 2013

      Wa iyyak! And thanks for the feedback Br.Said.

      The journey of a thousand miles is said to begin with a single step. The launch of this site is that first baby step. In Sha Allah, there are greater things in the making. Keep your suggestions coming.

      1. Said Hasan December 25, 2013

        Thanks. I pray that you achieve your goals as you said one step at a time.
        Keep inspiring us.

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