Nicole Gibson is a pretty successful woman.
At 18 years old, she established a Not-for-Profit and did two national speaking tours.
At 20 she was a finalist for the Young Australian of the Year.
At 21 she listed as one of Australia’s top 100 most influential women and took out the Pride of Australia Medal.
She has made the cover of The Financial Review, she is CEO of two organisations and she was the youngest Commonwealth Commissioner for Mental Health in history, advising directly to the Australian Federal Health Minister and Prime Minister.
But even Nicole gets discriminated against because of her age. Hear what she has to say:
What about you? Has anyone referred to you as “kiddo” in an inappropriate way, or said you were “too wet behind the ears” or used “young whippersnapper” against you? Have you been turned down for a loan or credit because you were too young? Have come across your dream job that you know you are more than qualified for, but been stopped by a required number of years’ experience that is beyond your reach? Have you ever been in a management role when your team members who were older than you refused to take you seriously?
We are giving one lucky person the opportunity to win a one to one mentoring session with Nicole.
We are giving 5 lucky people the opportunity to win one of Nicoles new book -Love Out Loud [A Millennial’s Guide to Enlightenment]
All you have to do is take the survey to be in the running to win.
All the details are in the FAQ section.
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