Ayman Sadiq & Salman Mohammad Muqtadir at Bangladesh YouthFest 2016

Ayman Sadiq & Salman Mohammad Muqtadir at Bangladesh YouthFest 2016

June 14, 2016

The vibrant crowd was in for an extraordinary treat when this highly talented young duo entered the Recreation Hall at North South University. Founder and CEO of 10 Minute School, Ayman Sadiq and YouTuber, Salman Mohammad Muqtadir provided useful insights into how they dreamed big, spent sleepless nights trying to apprehend the dos and don’ts, worked towards their respective goals and how gradually everything fell into place like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.

Mr. Sadiq expressed that his love for teaching is what inspired him into starting the ‘10 Minute School’. With the tagline –LEARN-PRACTICE-PROGRESS, 10 Minute School, launched on 2nd September 2014, is already a highly preferred educational website for students, who are always looking for innovative ways to help them learn. It is a unique online platform that provides great educational content so that anyone can learn anything, anytime, anywhere, wholly free of cost.10 Minute School has taken up the challenge of solving one of the biggest problems that Bangladesh faces, i.e. education. Mr. Sadiq clarifies that it is highly imperative to pinpoint your own passion irrespective of what others have to say about it. He then quotes ‘Great minds talk about ideas, average minds talk about events and only poor minds talk about people.’ He expresses that no one else can resonate with the passion one has for their own dream thus it is vital that they invest time on their passion.

Mr. Muqtadir is a popular Bangladeshi YouTuber and is much loved by the youngsters of today. He has over 220,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel SalmoN TheBrownFish where he mostly uploads humorous videos as well as those which promote social causes. He emphasizes on the requirement of setting one’s priorities and having a structured daily routine. He feels that every person should have 2 identities – the personal and the professional. These two should be balanced likewise but the two must never intertwine. He then concludes by saying something very out of the ordinary “The day everyone around you says you’ve gone crazy, is the day you realize that you have succeeded in achieving your goal.”

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