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Cary Mullen is a two time Olympian and World Cup Downhill Ski Champion who currently holds the world downhill speed record for skiing the toughest course in the world (Kitzbuhel, Austria) at an amazing speed of 97mph. The winning secrets he learned in sport have helped him to develop and run a highly successful real estate development company with his most recent achievement as resort developer of VivoResorts. As President of this successful resort development, Mr. Mullen shares his 5 Winning Secrets™ with all of his audiences, showing them how they too can exceed their sales goals and lead others to unrivaled success.
Mr. Mullen is an internationally recognized sports personality who was a non-prodigy. Using the 5 Winning Secrets™, he became a leader on the National Ski Team for 11 years, a two-time Olympian and ultimately World Cup Champion. With these athletic accomplishments combined with his successful business background and ability to move an audience to action, he shares what it takes to win in a highly competitive market.
Cary Mullen has always been an entrepreneur at heart, starting with real estate investing during his athletic career and founding many real estate ventures since. As past Sales and General Manager for Dale Carnegie, this former partnering with the world leader in business training enabled Mr. Mullen to consult with many international corporations to help them achieve better results. This global perspective is enhanced by his present-day, real estate investment company as well his resort development company, VivoResorts, based in Puerto Escondido, Mexico where he is actively involved in the day-to-day sales activity.
Cary Mullen’s personal mission is to promote and develop champions. He realizes the importance of giving back and lends his time and name to many charities. As a community leader, he has founded two charitable foundations and has served on the Board of Directors for the National Olympic Development Association and the National High Performance Advisory Committee.
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