CONTINUING TO PROMOTE HIS MESSAGE OF HOPE, NICK VUJICIC IS SET TO LAUNCH ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE MAGAZINE ON 19 JANUARY 2015
Attitude is Altitude (AIA) Magazine has been created to promote Nick Vujicic’s message of hope; that anyone can overcome challenges and lead an exciting, fulfilling and purposeful life.
Nick Vujicic was born without limbs and grew up in Brisbane, Australia. He followed his dream of becoming a public speaker and now, at thirty years old, he is a world renowned motivational speaker as well as being a bestselling author, actor, singer, loving husband and father. We went along to hear him introduce the upcoming new magazine Attitude is Altitude where he also spoke of personal challenges which he overcome that have lead him to promote the message of hope to all.
The monthly e-publication will be free and include articles that inspire and motivate readers to lead a more active, healthier and positive life. Articles from Nick Vujicic, John Maxwell, Tom Ziglar, Daniel Churchill, Dr Mary Lamia, Dr Rani Gunther will be included every month with more contributors being added throughout 2015.
The first issue will feature an interview with Nick Vujicic and Carols Slim Jr, one of Mexico’s most prominent businessman, about his philanthropic work. It will also include the inspirational story of Bethany Hamilton, a shark attack survivor who continued to pursue her passion for surfing.
The Attitude is Altitude magazine is set to lift readers’ spirits and inspire them every month with entertaining stories and interviews of amazing people doing incredible things around the world.
Attitude is Altitude magazine can be subscribed to via the link HERE It can also be downloaded from Issuu or the AIA app to be launched in 1st quarter of 2015.
After the press meet and introduction of Attitude to Altitude Magazine, Nick went onto conduct a youth sharing session and offered many inspirational and motivational messages to his audience. Nick promised he would be back in Singapore again and said that he hoped to share a Skype call with his Singaporean audience when they could ‘meet’ his wife soon.