HRH Crown Prince Alexander Foundation for Education and Culture organized for the second time a lecture by Nick Vujicic, one of the best motivational speakers in the world. All seats in the White Palace were filled to the last, and the lecture attracted many high school students, managers, employees of socially responsible companies, as well as representatives of the diplomatic corps.
The audience was greeted by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander:
“Our guest today, Nik Vujicic, is an example of a determined man who showed that nothing is impossible and that one should never give up on big goals, even though they may seem unattainable. I am sure that this lecture will send an extremely important message to all our people, that we must work on ourselves, that we should take the challenges and that only in this way can we build a better and happier future for all of us”, said Crown Prince Alexander.
The well-known speaker motivated the audience not to give up their goals, no matter how unachievable they were. Motivational talk encourages us to provide “more than the maximum” both in business and the private sphere of life. Apart from personal motivation, this lecture has also shown to the participants what others are capable of achieving only if they have adequate support.
Nik Vujicic is a Serb born in Australia, a motivational lecturer of world reputation born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a genetic disorder characterized by the lack of all four limbs. Nick was one of the first people with such disabilities who was integrated into a formal school institution. At the age of seventeen, he began to lecture on his problems and founded the non-profit organization Living Free. He graduated from accounting and financial planning. So far, he has visited more than 24 countries, and his lectures have been followed by more than 3 million people. He is the author of four books. He is married and father of two children.
Crown Prince Alexander Foundation for Education and Culture is grateful to the company Frikom who provided ice creams for guests at the lecture.