Muna is an accomplished writer, a published author, public speaker, life coach and business mentor. The essence of Muna’s work is uncovering social conditioning, unwinding the mind from obeying it and reconnecting with the True Self.
Muna’s book ‘Women and False Choice: The Truth about Sexism’ is a ground breaking treatise about sex and gender that takes the cause of sexism back to where it belongs: into the mind. The book is the ultimate statement on Self empowerment, since it puts the power of change back into the mind and the responsibility of dismantling sexism with the Self. By dissecting the construction of the social self, the biggest part of which is gender identity, Muna powerfully reveals the artificiality of the self concept and its disempowering effects, advocating the return to the hub of real power, the True Self.
Muna’s public speaking engagements consolidate the message that the power of change lies entirely in the mind. The themes range from talking about sexism and the gendered self concept, to accessing the power of the mind to induce change in one’s life.
Muna’s real passion is coaching and mentoring; as it gives her the chance to tailor make her advice to fit her clients’ individual needs. Unwinding the mind can follow a different route for different people, depending on life experiences and one’s own beliefs about themselves, others and the world around them. Muna’s motto in life is: don’t change the world, change your mind about the world!.
Muna has published articles in the Huffington post, amongst others, and below is a list of her most recent publications:
Five Steps to Equalize Success Opportunities for Women and Men in a Work Organization. Huffington Post Blog
5 Ways to Make Sure Your Job Works for You, Miss Millennial Magazine
Would a Balanced Feminine-Masculine Leadership Style Produce Superior Results? , Great Leadership
Women Entrepreneurs Beware This Evil, Home Business
Sex Differences in Leadership Style, Career Women Coaching
THE 5 PEOPLE I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE DINNER WITH! Arbiter News
HOW WRITING ABOUT SEX EQUALITY BECOME MY CALLING, Mailonline