Vince Poscente Keynote Speaker
- Olympic Skier
- Award winning real estate career
- Author, "The Ant & The Elephant" (2004)
Vince Poscente's Biography
An authority on speed and focus, Vince Poscente knows the mindset needed to meet peak performance demands. During the 1992 Olympic Winter Games in Albertville, France, Vince raced to a Canadian national record of 135 miles per hour (216.7 km/hr) on skis. Even more astonishing, at the age of 26, Vince had never ski raced before. He went from a recreational skier to the Olympic finals in just four years.
Vince applied the same principles used to reach his Olympic goal in an award winning real estate career and in the corporate world as Vice President of North America’s largest real estate investment service.
His story outlines innovative techniques that include Vince’s 5C Strategy: Clarity of Vision, Commitment, Consistency, Confidence, and Control. During his presentations, Vincetailors his 5Cs to his audience and shows them how to apply each technique to make their business and personal goals become reality. Vince is also author of the In_Vince_Ability Series learning materials and the book Invinceable Principles: Essential Tools for Life Mastery (Invinceaility Series, 2002). His most recent book is entitled “The Ant & The Elephant” (Be Invinceable Group, 2004).