Nick Vujicic

Founder and CEO, Life Without Limbs

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

  • Nick Vujicic`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Nick Vujicic`s U.S. Speaking Fee

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

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For Businesses

Whether you have a small local business or a massive worldwide corporation, you have employees who need some motivation from time to time. In this hectic on-the-go world where work is no longer just a nine til five, Monday to Friday job, employers and employees find themselves...

Whether you have a small local business or a massive worldwide corporation, you have employees who need some motivation from time to time. In this hectic on-the-go world where work is no longer just a nine til five, Monday to Friday job, employers and employees find themselves getting tired of giving too much. Some find they don′t give enough. How do we get our employees to enjoy their job and work hard to reap the rewards?

Nick Vujicic speaks to employees about giving their all and performing their job to their fullest potential. If a man without arms and legs can start his own motivational speaking corporation and be the president of an international non-profit organization at the age of 25, than anyone- no matter what they think their limitations are, can make it in the business world.

Whether their job is making coffee, serving customers, answering phones, negotiating business deals, directing a company, or driving a bus, they each have a role to play and without people doing the jobs that they do, this world would not run the way that it does. Sometimes employees need to be pushed to get work done, sometimes they need some outside motivation. Nick brings an inspiring message to employees and employers alike, sharing the keys to success in being all that they can be in their workplace.

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For Workers in the Education Industry

Youth and young people today are so very impressionable. Parents are spending less and less time with their children meaning that the main influences in the lives of the new generation, aside from the media and peers, are their teachers. With educators playing such a crucial ...

Youth and young people today are so very impressionable. Parents are spending less and less time with their children meaning that the main influences in the lives of the new generation, aside from the media and peers, are their teachers. With educators playing such a crucial role in young peoples′ every day lives it is important that they stay motivated and that they realize the significance of their position. Nick Vujicic shares with educators that throughout his schooling years, the support and encouragement from his teachers was a major contributing factor in him finding victory despite his circumstances, as well as in him overcoming his obstacles against the odds. Nick′s words will refresh your educational staff and encourage them that what they are doing is for a greater cause and is effecting lives more than they might realize.

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About Keynote Speaker Nick Vujicic

About Speaker Nick Vujicic…

Few speakers have a better claim to be regarded as inspirational than Nicholas Vujicic. Born without arms or legs, he has overcome his disability in the most astonishing ways, setting a true example of inspiring success to any who have ever doubted their ability to achieve their goals.

During his childhood in Melbourne, Australia, Nick had to cope with feelings of loneliness and depression as he questioned  what purpose a limbless individual could have in life. He experimented with electronic arms in the hope of becoming more like his peers, but they became more of a hindrance than help. Forging his own path, Nick found ways to accomplish tasks many of us take for granted, such as typing, swimming, even just cleaning our teeth, in the most inventive manner.

Nick’s success in adapting techniques for everyday life was reflected in his election as captain of his school in grade seven and his work with the student council to raise funds for local charities and disability campaigns. On leaving school, he continued to study and was awarded a double bachelor degree, majoring in accounting and financial planning. It was at this time that Nick began his career in motivational speaking, driven by a desire to inspire others to overcome the struggles that they face through his example. His story thus gained wider coverage, and in 2005 he was nominated for the “Young Australian of the Year” award, an honor only ever given to the most inspirational of young people.

Eight years after beginning his career as a motivational speaker, Nick has recently moved to California where he acts as president of an international non-profit organization, as well as runs his own motivational speaking company, Attitude is Altitude. Millions of people around the world have heard Nick’s incredible story of fortitude and determination, either in person or through television and other media. His travels (this year alone he is scheduled to speak in more than twenty countries) have allowed him to meet with many of the world’s most influential figures.

As a speaker, Nick encourages his audiences to dream big. He uses his own story to demonstrate that obstacles need not be problems, but can be growth opportunities. In his life, he has shown that persistence and embracing the lessons of failure can enable you to achieve almost anything. With his humor, faith and a deep and sincere empathy with other human beings, Nick Vujicic has truly earned the title of of being one of the most inspirational and motivational speakers in the world today.

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