We are delighted to announce we will be hosting Pauline Nguyen at a forthcoming In The Spirit of Things Conversation.
Pauline Nguyen’s story is that of survival first. Escaping war-torn Vietnam as a toddler, Pauline eventually made it to Australian shores after a year in a Thai refugee camp. Having jumped from the frying pan, Pauline was thrust into the fire – going on to suffer tremendous physical and emotional abuse until she was a young woman.
It’s this staggering adversity Pauline now refers to as her training – rising from the ashes of her trauma to become one of Australia’s most sought after development coaches, a leading entrepreneur, an award-winning author and an international key note speaker.
Described by Huffington Post as, “The most grounded spiritual entrepreneur on the planet”, recognised as an original ‘Rare Bird’ – Australia’s top 50 Influential Female Entrepreneurs and included in Blackwell and Hobday’s global recognition of ‘200 Women Who Will Change the Way You See the World’, Pauline is nothing short of extraordinary. Unable to be pigeon holed, the mother of two speaks and teaches from direct experience with a unique process to self-mastery, which has helped heal and uplevel thousands of her followers. Known for combining science with spirituality, the award-winning author also co-founded the world’s most awarded Vietnamese restaurant, Red Lantern.
Owner and co-founder of Red Lantern, the most awarded Vietnamese restaurant in the world
Winner of Australia Telstra Business Award for Medium Business
Bestselling Author of Secrets of the Red Lantern
Winner of Debut Writer of the Year
Award Winning Author of The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur
Winner Best Entrepreneurship and Small Business Book of the Year
Pauline is an original ‘Rare Bird’ – Australia’s top 50 Influential Female Entrepreneurs
Blackwell and Hobday’s global recognition of ‘200 Women Who Will Change the Way You See the World’
Pauline’s first foray in stage theatre, The Serpents Table was voted favourite show by audiences, critics and organisers alike at the 2014 Sydney Festival
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