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Meet Kylie. In 2009 at nearly 25 years of age, Kylie set a goal for herself to become a millionaire by age 30. She wrote a blog post about 1001 ways to make money, and was then approached by Wiley Publishing Australia about writing a book-- which she did! The book was titled "365 Ways to Make Money"; from there Kylie started public speaking and freelance writing. All was looking positive, however in 2012 Kylie was domestically abused, raped and robbed which resulted in her being homeless with her two young daughters. Despite this harsh new reality, within a matter of weeks Kylie managed to escape and move to Canberra; re-establishing herself and her young family. Kylie overcame these experiences which she believes have shaped her into the woman she is today. A 2015 Young Australian of the Year award finalist, Kylie is now a CEO of a social media company, owning multiple websites, providing blog sponsorship and social media strategies. Kylie is using her experience to help others and inspire men and women to turn their lives around. She also raises awareness and money for victims of domestic violence and homelessness. Kylie’s favourite saying is "I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become" by Carl Jung. Kylie is a Strong Woman.