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Nick Vujicic

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We all take many things for granted and easily lose perspective of what is really important in our lives. Nick Vujicic was born in Melbourne without arms or legs. He has had to learn to adapt to this, and has achieved the seemingly impossible. In recent years, he has learned to become independent and can now take care of all of his personal needs. He can do everything from brushing his teeth, combing his hair, clothing, taking care of personal hygiene and even shaving. He moves around the house by jumpin' around and, outside the house, he has an electric wheelchair. He loves to swim, fish and play soccer. Nick Vujicic graduated from university with a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Financial Planning and Accounting. He trades stock options in addition to brokering real estate.

Nick has brought back that refreshing positive focus to many employees of companies who value the importance of keeping their team motivated. He has spoken at annual conferences and at business-related seminars.

Nick Vujicic shares how there were several times when life would seem hopeless and not worth living for. He takes the audience on an emotional and captivating journey that lets them experience a taste of the adversity Nick faced. The key turning points in his attitude from depression to joy are truly inspirational. He reveals the secret of how to unleash the limits on their goals and dreams and imparts strength to never give up.

 

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