Teachers comments:

Nathan addressed my Year 12 students at their study camp. The message is a simple one, but delivered with the calibre of many a stand up comic. To get such an empowering, uplifting, motivational message across with laughter and engagement was a real feat without any of the cliched cheese or "whoop". The message is being revisited in my year level meetings, and my addresses to parents on information evenings. What is the message? Now that would be telling. But in my 16 years teaching I've taught all-comers; from the brightest to the most damaged and damaging. This message is a key to fulfillment for all. I'll be rebooking Nathan.
Justin Cooper
Bacchus Marsh Grammar
VCE Coordinator



Nathan engaged the crowd with his fantastic unique style and gave the audience some great food for thought. The message he delivered to the students was powerful and has greatly motivated them to achieve their best during the exam period! Amazing performance!
Bethany Wakefield
LaTrobe University Bendigo
Residential Supervisor (Academic Development)



Nathan was natural, and was able to connect well with all. I was impressed to find a normal (not famous) person with such an inspiring and interesting story. I loved his message. Nathan was funny, inspiring and spoke the lingo that connected with the youth. It was refreshing to have someone so down to earth speak about life’s hurdles and challenges.

Teacher at Ceduna Area School

Nathan’s method of communication was clear, informative and humorous. The inclusion of his personal stories and challenges gave credibility to his message and kept me engaged. I left feeling inspired and even more passionate about my goal to support, empower and work with the youth within our organisation.

Kelly McLean
MDSA
Client Services Support Officer

I found Nathan's message and story to be a great inspiration. He showed that despite the hurdles and challenges we have, we should always be the best "me" we can be.

Michael Pearce
Ceduna Area School
Counsellor

He doesn't wear a cape or bounce off buildings but he's a truly inspiring character who enlivened and inspired the 2011 Empowered Youth Events Conference at Mulwala NSW with his clever analogies of Superman's Phonebox and the Infinite Appleseed Principle so I would recommend him to anyone looking for a youth motivational speaker!
Craig Dent
Empowered Youth Events 2011
Events Consultant



Nathan Hulls is a dynamic speaker who engages youth at their own level. He uses his own challenging experiences to show young people that all things are possible in their lives with the right thinking, determination and motivation to succeed. Nathan speaks of hope and a bright future for them all. He provides one step in their move forward in their thinking and thus in their lives. I know our students were impacted by your message.

Coral Maxwell
Creek Street College
Principal

Nathan was an engaging speaker, who speaks to students on their level about what it is to be motivated. Students were encouraged to develop and follow their own dreams. We will be asking Nathan to return to our school to speak to specific leadership groups in the near future!

Kathryn Hamilton
Bendigo Senior Secondary College
Student Council Co-ordinator

This generation of kids, they are over ‘motivational speakers’ that speak with knowledge or information alone. What these kids need is people that will come and speak to them from their heart and their own experiences, along with the knowledge. I loved how you shared about your elbows and your mum, it was like a bridge where the kids could meet you and they connected with you, you had them listening WITH their hearts not just their heads and THIS is what makes the difference. The fact that you were funny too was a bonus.

Katie Sargent
Weeroona College
Chaplain

Students comments:

I just like that he was real, he told his own story and that made it so good.


I liked how he gave everyone inspiration on what they can do.


He was really funny!


I like it when he told the story about his elbows..SBS... I felt like we could relate to him then.


It really helped me to know that I can do what I want to do and not feel bad about the stuff that is hard.