Volume 1 Issue 2
Sunday, June 7, 2020
TELL ME I CAN’T, AND I WILL
1) My first book for students is on the way! I have been waiting to announce this project until the illustrator of the book was on the final sketches. I have collaborated with Chanse Alexander, an amazing artist living in Dallas, Texas.
We have worked on this project throughout the quarantine over one or two Zoom meetings per week. This book will be suited for late elementary school through middle school aged students. In the book, I introduce children to the world of entrepreneurship and the basics of business. I am looking forward to helping the next generation become the best versions of themselves they can be.
2) I am looking to collaborate on a new community service-related effort. What social issues or injustices are you passionate about. I would love to hear more about what you are looking to accomplish. Email me. I want to make a difference with you.
3) “What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur” has gone International in Season 3. The season started in Haiti, making stops in Switzerland, South Africa, and back to Haiti for another entrepreneur. As usual, supporting local businesses was a must featuring Deep Sky Coffee and Westside Barbershop. Another nine-week season is almost over and could not be more grateful for all of my listeners.
“A Mental Health Break with Vincent A. Lanci” launched its second season with Corey Hirsch, Olympic Medalist and former NHL Goaltender. Each episode has been filled with tips and advice that are all things mental health!
If you are interested in joining either “What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur” or “A Mental Health Break with Vincent A. Lanci”, or have someone in mind who would be a great fit, I would love to chat. Email me and we will set up a time to talk.
Have a great month and I will check in with you on the 4th of July.