Nicole Gibson has a vision to facilitate the world’s largest love-based movement in human history.
After healing from a life-threatening experience of anorexia nervosa, Nicole began to become an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential.
She was a finalist for the Young Australian of the Year at 20 years old, listed as one of Australia’s top 100 most influential women at 21 and became the the youngest Commonwealth Commissioner for Mental Health leading a $37 billion budget in an attempt to rectify the mental health epidemic.
It’s time we stop seeing love as a romanticised cliche, and begin to harness it’s true power to transform, heal and create.
IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS:
🧡 A Spiritual Understanding of The Idea Of “Love”
🧡 Re-contextualising Love Beyond Cliches
🧡 Nicole’s Empowering Life Story
🧡 Self-Love As a Pre-Requisite To Love Others
🧡 Love & Pain
🧡 Love For The Divine
🧡 Setting The Foundations For The ‘Love Out Loud’ Movement
🧡 Her Three Terms As The Youngest Commonwealth Commissioner for Mental Health
🧡 Starting The ‘Love Out Loud’ Movement
🧡 The Future Of Love Out Loud: Love-Centered Technology
🧡 Healing From Eating Disorders & Addictions
🧡 Embodying Pure Love & Learning To Surrender
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Nicole Gibson
Known as a multi-award winning social entrepreneur, but she prefers to see herself as an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential.
When Nicole was 18 years old, she established a Not-for-Profit and grew it to sustainability, while completing two National speaking tours.
NIcole was a finalist for the Young Australian of the Year at 20 years old, and listed as one of Australia’s top 100 most influential women at 21, shortly after taking out the Pride of Australia Medal.
She’s made the front cover of The Financial Review, the Yellow Pages and featured in a documentary aired on prime-time national television.
Nicole is a fierce ambassador for mental health, innovation and connection after recovering from her own terrifying lived experience with anorexia nervosa.
Nicole completed three terms as the youngest Commonwealth Commissioner for Mental Health.Support the show