Nick Vujicic: An Inspiration to All

How do you see your problems? Do you see them as obstacles in life that are there to pull you down? Or do you see problems as opportunities for personal growth?

Since the fall of the global economy, the company I’ve been working for has been hit hard and I’ve been inundated with feelings of frustration for my own future. The slumping sales add to the gloom of the company atmosphere as we all look for a light at the end of the tunnel.

We are confronted with a multitude problems every single day and each problem can range from petty to severe. But how we confront these problems is what dictates our future. When a problem knocks you down, do you whimper and stay down? Do you run away? Or do you get back up and overcome those obstacles?

I want to share an inspiring video about Nick Vujicic, a man afflicted with tetra-amelia syndrome. Nick was born without arms or legs, but with his extraordinary willpower and personality, has accomplished much more than most people on this planet at his young age of 26.

After watching this inspiring video, how can you change the way you look at your daily problems and turn it into a strength?

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5 thoughts on “Nick Vujicic: An Inspiration to All”

  1. INCREDIBLE! I am so glad you posted this video… it just shows us that whatever in life that is getting us down, it doesn’t matter… it’s all about the attitude you have.

    I am reading a book right now by Sean Stephenson… a guy that has a dibilitating brittle bone disorder. Yet, he has a PhD and the brightest, happiest spirit. Life is what you make of it….
    Thanks for posting this. 🙂


  2. Ken –

    This video kind of puts our (collective) problems into perspective, huh? Whenever I come across an inspiring story such as this, I can’t help but to view my “problems” in a different light…and 9 times out of 10 I move past the problem and get to the solution. Thanks for the reminder!


  3. Ken
    His message is profound and inspiring.
    How we finish, not how we arrived or what happened in between is key.
    thanks, Mike

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