Vincent A. Lanci

Lanci is not in the writing business.

He is also not in the coaching, speaking,

or podcasting businesses.

He is in the people business.

Your experience together will leave a lasting impact.

Vincent A. Lanci overcame a life-threatening situation that questioned his skills to overcome adversity. After being the victim of a hit-and-run accident while walking, he woke from a coma and never looked back.

At first, there was speculation from the doctors as to whether he would make it through the initial night. As he remained alive, their concerns switched to whether he would ever be able to go to the bathroom on his own, walk, or talk properly again. Over time, he began recovering from this horrific event, and quickly learned that he needed to make his mental health a priority. 

After being told he would need at least a year away from the classroom, he graduated with his Bachelor’s of Science in Finance degree that same year.


Wanting more out of life, he pursued his MBA directly after undergraduate. He was selected to deliver the Commencement Challenge Speech speaking at his Graduate Commencement from the John H. Sykes College of Business at The University of Tampa.

This transformative experience has led him to embark on his entrepreneurial journey with the goal of using his personal story and experiences to help others grow, succeed, and realize giving up is NEVER an option. 

He is now a 3x Published Author, Speaker, Coach, and Host of two podcast series.




Book a 15-minute call with Lanci on his Calendly. He looks forward to connecting with you.


"I had heard of Vincent’s accident and road to recovery through newspaper articles and testimonials during programs in the Tampa General Hospital Rehabilitation Center. When we decided to have the proceeds from the TGH Foundation Golf Tournament’s Fund go towards purchasing equipment for the Center, Vincent was our first choice to give the patient testimonial. He said yes before we had even finished the ask. He was a true inspiration at the Golf Tournament and helped us raise over $25,000 in a matter of 5-10 minutes. He was genuinely appreciative and demonstrated this by personally shaking the hand and thank each of the donors. This young man has a future ahead of him as an inspirational speaker."

Robin DeLaVergne

Sr. VP of External Affairs, Tampa General Hospital

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