Nick Bowditch

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G’Day.

I am Nick Bowditch.

I am a successful (and unsuccessful) entrepreneur, a storyteller, a marketer, an addict, a mental health advocate, a sexual abuse victim, and someone who lives with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

I am also a survivor.

As the only person in Asia-Pacific to have worked at both Facebook and Twitter, I am also a thought leader in using social media as a storytelling tool for businesses. I am a sought-after keynote speaker, and I travel nationally and internationally encouraging people to be the very best versions of themselves, to find their resilience and their true voice, and to find their kindness.

Nick.

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Nick’s Latest Articles

Daring.

"Daring doesn’t have to be associated with launching rockets into space, building multi-million dollar companies or letting it all ride at the roulette table. For some people, daring can mean just getting themselves out of bed in the morning when it is the last thing...

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Americans aren’t Donald Trump.

Lately, especially today after the announcement that the American President doesn't feel it's necessary to commit to stopping, or at least slowing, climate change, I have started to see (and hear) a lot of anti-America chat, and worse, a lot of anti-AMERICAN chat. I...

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Revolutionary Thinkers.

The astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar loves his subject. His ideas were so strange that other scientists didn't accept them for years. He worked in relative obscurity. He came up with the model for stellar evolution that became the basis for the theory of...

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When someone tells you they are going to commit suicide.

People tell me they are considering suicide or have attempted suicide a lot more often that I would like. Not necessarily because it makes me uncomfortable or triggers my own feelings and memories around it, but just that far too many people get to that dark, horrible...

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The people who are different make a difference.

For the majority of time that I was at school I wanted to either be just like the coolest and most popular kids, and if that wasn’t possible (which for some many reasons it wasn't haha), then I just wanted to be like everyone else. Fit in. Don’t be weird. Don’t be...

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