Nick Vujicic: a man with no arms and no legs
Nick was born in Melbourne, Australia, with a rare condition: he has no both hands to shoulder height, and a tiny foot with two fingers protrudes directly from his left thigh.
Despite his missing limbs, he surfs and swims, plays golf and football.
For a long time, I did not believe in being able to control my destiny and build my life. It wasn’t easy for me to understand how I could influence this world and how I could go.
Nick Vujicic had two higher educations, learned to type at 43 words per minute on a computer.
He learned how to swim, dive, play golf, skateboard and surf.
Nick is the author of six bestsellers translated into 30 languages and the founder of the Life without Limbs charity.
He has visited 57 countries. He’s met with 13 presidents. Talked about the most important thing from the stands of eight parliaments. Today his audience exceeds 8 million people. Nick set a world record with a hug (no arms and no legs!) of 1749 people in one hour!
Nick is married and the father of four perfectly healthy children.
Nick believes there is nothing better in this world than to help other people. He firmly believes that even if you have fallen, and it seems that you don’t have the strength to rise, you must remember: failure is not the end!
Today anyone can come to his lectures where Nick motivates people (especially teenagers) to never give up and believe in themselves, proving by his example that even the impossible is possible.