webinar with Monica

Live Webinar with Monica Kunzekweguta – Writing and Your Mind

It’s been part of the cfwriterz goals to bring learning and networking opportunities to writers in the cfwriterz group. We recently got connected to Monica Kunzekweguta; the CEO of Authors without boundaries. She has inspired a lot of people with her work and what resonates with me the most is her love for collaboration among African writers. This was one of the reasons we birthed the cfwriterz platform and she has helped us by sharing some of her experiences as a writer and publisher. This webinar was hosted and produced to help writers understand some benefits of writing their stories.

Despite the fact that she got a last minute offer to attend a training, Monica promised to make the webinar session possible and she did. The Live video is available for download here and you can also join the Facebook group to participate in subsequent events.

Some Webinar Highlights:

Here are a few things you stand to gain as a writer.

  1. Better Judgment/Perspective: It helps you to view your story from a different perspective and you start to realize that you may have not judged things fairly.
  2. Moving forward: She mentions that sometimes our stories hold us back. things that have happened in the past give us a sort of fear of being who we know that we should be and we can overcome by sharing these stories.
  3. Start somewhere: Monica explained that she started writing in 2014 and just that one chapter she wrote in an anthology turned out to become a big part of her journey into speaking and publishing. Writing opens business opportunities for you.

for the rest of the session, you can click here to get your exclusive copy of the video


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About the Author


Damilola is co-author of Life's Chrysalis, where he wrote “Rejection: Like Earth to Rain”. His writing has appeared in The Naked Convos, Africa on the Blog, The Guardian News Nigeria, Viva-Naija News, and Tuck Magazine. He also volunteers with PDBY News at the University of Pretoria. Damilola is an IREBS for African Real Estate Research Scholar at the University of Pretoria, where he is a Doctoral Candidate. He is the Head of Media and Strategy at Upside Africa. Damilola won the Biopage essay contest in 2018. He plays the saxophone for leisure.

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