64. How a Failed Musician Created Two International Music Holidays—Vincent James, Keep Music Alive, Co-Founder
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Have you ever failed at something only to shortly thereafter have a breakthrough moment? Or maybe you keep trying to do accomplish a goal and finally, you have that “AHA” moment?
Today’s guest, Vincent James, shares how he went from a failed music teacher to building a national franchise brand, and then to build a national non-profit business. He has an incredible story. Let’s jump right into it.
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ABOUT OUR GUEST:
Vincent James along with his wife Joann is on a mission to help more children (and adults) reap the educational, therapeutic, and social benefits of playing music. They founded the national non-profit Keep Music Alive and two international music holidays: Teach Music Week (March) & Kids Music Day (October) and now partner with 1,000+ music schools and stores every year to offer free lessons to new students and to hold special events that benefit kids playing music. Over two dozen celebrities and music brands support Keep Music Alive ranging from Casio to Remo and Jack Black to Julie Andrews. This musical couple is also the author of the “88 Ways Music” book series, featuring inspirational stories of how music impacted people’s lives, sometimes dramatically. 80% of all “88 Ways Music” proceeds are donated to music education and service non-profits. For more information on Keep Music Alive and “88 Ways Music” please visit www.KeepMusicAlive.org and www.88WaysMusic.com.
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