Vincent Egoro has a life purpose of inspiring people to live their greatest life! Even though life includes challenges that can slow you down, Vincent believes anyone can breakthrough and be, do or have anything and everything they can dream about. His expertise helps individuals discover their purpose and pursue a vision that’s true to them. He helps people persevere until they reach their goals, even in the face of adversity, fears and obstacles.
Egoro is in demand as a motivational speaker, personal success coach and Trainer to Schools, Churches, Companies, Public Institutions and individuals that are ready to become more than they presently are in areas that matter most to them; their business, educational success, intimate relationships and personal lives.
Vincent was trained as an Architect and has worked in both private and public sectors where he handled project management, Architectural designs, Project construction and supervision as well as Staff training before resigning to launch his own company; Inner Greatness Abound.
A training company that offers a range of services and products to help people achieve their highest potential for greatness in their business, relationships and personal lives amidst changes and challenges. He also holds Certificates in Inspirational leadership, Servant Leadership, Personal Branding, Coaching, Mentoring, Business, Psychology and Social Media Marketing.
In addition Vincent Egoro hosts a popular weekly TV talk show in Nigeria called “Living Your Greatest Life” every Monday mornings. This show shares inspiring and empowering messages to help people unlock their inner greatness and live life more joyously, gloriously and abundantly by showing them the principles they can use to lift themselves up and overcome everyday challenges.
Vincent Lives in Abuja, Nigeria with his lovely wife.
His definition of greatness:
“I believe every one of us can achieve greatness. To me, greatness isn’t all about fame; it isn’t a position of power; it isn’t having so much money; it isn’t having one’s name written in history books, or receiving recognition for your works. – If you do your best, live your best and inspire others to do the same, you are great! Greatness is service.” – Vincent Egoro