Saye Zonen

Published Author and Motivational Speaker

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About Me

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Born in Sanniquellie City, Nimba County, the northern region of the West African nation of Liberia on June 2, 1972, Saye is the last of 5 children. His life's travel led him to towns and cities in Liberia such as Gbarnga, Kingsville, Kakata and Monrovia. During the Liberian Civil War, (1989-2003) he sought refuge in Danane, La Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast). In 1992, he was resettled in Johnson City, TN, USA. He later moved to Providence, RI where he completed his undergraduate studies in the discipline of Electronics Engineering Technology. He spent 6 years in the employ of Intel Corporation and a subsequent 5 years with GE Healthcare. In an angular turn of events, Saye, in 2011 diverted his creative energy to authoring, speaking and teaching the truth of the innate human capacity to accomplish whatever feat IT so desires. In 2013 he published “Finding My Frequency,” a semi-autobiographical, inspirational book that tells stories of his life's journey. He is an author, a speaker, and teacher who believes in motivating others through the clarity of his example. He is a husband to Waade and a father to Wonwyne, Bryce, Sayeta and Eustand.


My Books

The Progenies of Brelia
Coming Soon
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Finding My Frequency

My Services

Book a Speaker

Whatever the event, circumstance or situation, we can tailor an uplifting inspirational message to energize, convince or convict your [audience] into a new mode of thinking and feeling. The art of speaking, inspiring or motivating an individual to accept and act on their natural impulse,… continue reading »

Retain a Coach

There is no magical way of easing the stress and strains we experience in life, but there is, however, a prevailing aura of peace that is inherently all human. This peace or joy is not foreign to us.  It existed with us from the day… continue reading »

Hire an Author

Whether for publication or the need for chronicling your life’s account, we can tell your story as you direct it, and us. One of the best ways to release pressure from the toils of life is to capture the accounts that have led you to… continue reading »