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Josh Sundquist

  • Paralympic ski racer
  • Childhood Cancer Survivor
  • Inspirational and Funny Presenter
Biography

Josh Sundquist is a Paralympian and bestselling author who has shared his story at events across the world. His high-energy blend of humor and inspiration motivates audiences to adopt his ski racing motto 1MT1MT (one more thing, one more time) to elevate their performance in sales, customer service, quality improvement, leadership, and more.

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  • 1MT1MT: ONE MORE THING, ONE MORE TIME

    Josh's keynote presentations blend clean comedy with soulful storytelling. Hilarious audience interactions are ... View More

Text Reviews
  • Josh is an extraordinary young man with a message that inspires and awes his audiences with his true life experiences. He is a must for your next meeting!
  • Vinnie Tracey - President - RE/MAX International
  • Josh is a wonderful, inspiring, and engaging speaker. The sign of a captive audience at Google is when all laptops are shut!
  • Erika Choung - Google
  • I had dinner with the executive team last night and they could not stop talking about you. And how great it was that you came in early to really understand our business.
  • Lauri Sherry - Manager, Corporate Events - Logicalis, Inc.

Josh's Blog

Case Study--Customer Service at Belk
Last week I spoke to employees of Belk, the department store. An audience member told me this epic love (and customer service!)...

A High School Bully Apologizes
Another story about my first day of high school.Recorded at my keynote for Ohio Association of School Business Officials.

My New Favorite Painting
Look carefully at the figure in this painting... (Pinch zoom if you can't see it) ____________________________ ...

Amputee Soccer is Fun (And Also...
I have the honor of competing on the US Amputee Soccer Team. (In fact, later this month we'll be playing in matches against bo...

High School Bully Apologizes
High school bully apologizes pic.twitter.com/ynjdqXfTqK-- Josh Sundquist (@JoshSundquist) May 2, 2018

The Hi That Saved His Life
A post shared by Josh Sundquist (@joshsundquist) on Mar 23, 2018 at 9:41am PDT

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