My name is Sajid Alimohamed.
I am a leadership coach and facilitator and the founder of Listening Connects. I grew up in Toronto, Canada in a Khoja family as a Shia Muslim.
I have been a madressa teacher, an active member in the Toronto and Edmonton community, an English teacher and mentor living in Syria while learning Arabic, a Qur'an Tafsir teacher for youth for the Academy For Learning Islam (ALI), a leadership facilitator for youth and adults for NASIMCO, a professional engineer, and a father.
I have a vast amount of experience working with youth: Facilitating retreats across North America for approximately seven years and then becoming a professional coach and facilitator running my own organization.
I am an expert at helping people become conscious of their personal purpose and identity. Then I help them transform their negative thought patterns and results into positivity and actions that move them towards fulfillment and true happiness.
My programs build confidence and enable a change in mentality.
For me, if it wasn't for a few Muslim camps that I attended as a young adult, I would likely have made a number of incorrect life setting decisions that prove to haunt so many others.
- A miserable marriage leading to divorce.
- Poor habits that intoxicate and cause depression
- A destroyed outlook and years of counselling
I feel that it is my duty to share what I have learned and give what I can in this world.