Tuesday, December 6, 2016

7:38 AM



Effective Communication
Speech Power
Voice Care and Management
Academic Excellence
Passion and Purpose
Emotional Management
Womanhood & Leadership
Inspirational Speaking
Team Culture Building


If you wish to see amazing lady on stage as your speaker, you may consider Monica Sagad-Molmisa. For invitation, you may fill out the form below or email manager@mzonetrainingph.com. You may also contact 0906 211 7256.

7:11 AM


MONICA SAGAD-MOLMISA is a certified speech pathologist, speaker, trainer, and co-author of the leadership book The Game Plan of the Underdog. She is the current Operations Manager of the Mzone Training Philippines, one of the emerging top training providers in the Philippines. She also serves as a Board Member of the Board of Trustees of the Elevaxion Inc., a non-profit organization of servant leaders and speakers.

Monica is an alumnus from the University of the Philippines – Manila and was given the scholastic merits. She is an achiever having been to graduate class Valedictorian in grade school and high school at Paco Catholic School, the largest Parochial School in the Philippines.

She currently works as a Speech and Language Pathologist at different clinics and hospitals, formerly including the Medical City and the Makati Medical Center. She was the General Secretary of the Collegiate Association of Speech Pathologist in A.Y. 2010-2011 and was certified by and is a member of the Philippine Association of Speech Pathologist.



 "So proud and honored to have shared the stage with Monica. She's gifted and the Lord is glorified in her life." 
- AL IAN BARCELONA, CAO and Founder of AIB Training

"Monica is the would-be premier female motivational speaker in the Philippines." 
- MYRON STA. ANA, CEO of MSS Business Solutions

"I see the future of public speaking in the Philippines with Monica's light shinning in the industry. She has the content and a unique style in motivational speaking."
- MARLON MOLMISA, Founding President of Mzone Training

"It was a nice seminar from Monica. I've learned about leadership. Thanks for the seminar."
- JOHNNY RAMOS, Teacher Holy Rosary Academy Pampanga

"Sobrang thankful po talaga ako kay Ate Monica. Mas lalo akong na-inspire para maabot ang mga pangarap ko."
- JULLIENNE DE JESUS, Accountancy Student of La Consolation College Manila

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If you wish to see amazing lady on stage as your speaker, you may consider Monica Sagad-Molmisa. For invitation, you may fill out the form below or email manager@mzonetrainingph.com. You may also contact 0906 211 7256.


4:20 AM

Students in Pampanga

You can only go as far as your mind limits you.

I'm so blessed to have spoken in front of thousands of student leaders from different high schools across Pampanga. 

Thank you, Kuya Myron of the Thought Leaders Philippines Speakers and Trainers Bureau for entrusting me with this great opportunity. It is my honor and privilege to be there. A big thanks to Kuya Al Ian and Kuya Lloyd for all the learnings. I am grateful also to my parents (daddy Manuel and mommy Ofelia), Kuya Benjamin, and my best buddy Marlon for accompanying me. Most importantly, I thank the Lord for everything that He has been doing in my life. He is good forever! :)

4:18 AM

Passion and Purpose

The fire that excites you can also exhaust you. This is why your passion must be rooted in your purpose.

It was fun being a co-facilitator for a team in Convergys. Also, our Educational Toy advocacy is on a roll! We are indeed blessed to bless. 

4:16 AM

Two Great Lessons I Learned

Lessons from today:

1. You are never too young or too old to make a difference.
2. When a leader learns to have a heart and serve like Jesus did, there would be hope for this Nation. 

4:12 AM

Education and Real World

View education as a tool for self improvement and not just as a device for employment. If you would look at it as a means to get ahead in the "real world", you will get frustrated when you get a bad grade. Study to learn and your good grades will just be a reward for your hard work. Also, always remember that failure is inevitable. Whether you like it or not and whether you caused it or not, at some point in our lives, we will all fail. But it can never define you. Failure is an event and not a person. It is what we make out of those failures that would define us and you have the option to quit or do better. Just a tip: You are meant to do greater things. Thus, you can always do better. 

4:07 AM

Enjoy Teaching

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” ― William Arthur Ward

I know teaching has been my God-given calling and now my heart has found its home. There is no greater reward than to be an instrument to inspire and uplift others. One of the best ways to serve the Lord is through loving His people. If we don't know love, we don't know God for He is love. 

(About the Photo: For me, this is a sight worth remembering. The students are having fun while learning). 

3:36 AM

You Are Created to Soar

Though you may have committed a mistake in the past, it doesn't mean that you are a mistake. You may have failed, but you are not a failure for it is an event and not a person. Neither your present nor your past can define you. Others cannot certainly define you either. Build yourself and character in such a way that when negative things are being thrown at you, the people around you won't believe them. You are created by God to soar. You are destined to fly like an eagle. 

Haaaaay. Grabe. Thank you, Lord! Ang tindi ng sustaining grace ni God. We were able to survive four batches of attendees with 300+ students per set. Sobrang fulfilling. Thank you also sa aking assistants today - Gail and my kapatid, Blessed (Happy Birthday). Maraming salamat sa PCC at syempre sa aking partner na si Marlon who did the talk yesterday and entrusted me with handling today. 

3:33 AM

Accountability in the Organization

The success of a team depends on how well the members work together. Just like the human body. No body part can stand alone. One needs all the organs to be functional for him to live. No matter how diverse the people are within a group, there should always be unity for the vision to be achieved. Each person should value accountability so that the organization will not crumble for it is only as strong as its weakest link. As the members build up one another, they also lift their team to greater heights. 

Today was tiring but fulfilling. Thank you Hercar Builders for trusting us to be your facilitators. Your group is awesome. I also commend my co-facilitator, Ferds and our assistants, Erizza and Junesse for a job well done. Here's our Elevaxion pose. πŸ˜„πŸŽ‰

3:31 AM

You Are Unique

You are unique. Unique starts with "u", you, in knowing yourself, capitalizing on your strengths and improving on your weaknesses. Therefore, there is no point in comparing yourself to other people. The essence of being excellent is not to compete with other people, but to constantly improve on yourself. Also, always celebrate progress as victory no matter how small it is. πŸ˜ŠπŸŽ‰

Thank you Psychological Function Society of Collegio de San Juan de Letran for having me as your assembly speaker. It really was an interesting and fun discussion. :)

3:29 AM

God-Given Purpose

Most people define success by titles, achievements, wealth, etc. But true success is functioning and fulfilling the God-given purpose by which we were created. :) 

About Monica

Monica Sagad is a certified speech pathologist, speaker, trainer, and co-author of the leadership book, The Game Plan of the Underdog. She's a consistent honor student since grade school (Valedictorian) and found her passion in training and public speaking.