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EPISODE 32: CHARLES PRINZEN

Youth motivational speaker Charles "Coach Chuck" Prinzen discusses playing life-sized Monopoly, overcoming abuse, shining shoes, and more.



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BIOGRAPHY


Charles "Chuck" Prinzen is the founder of Me Inc. Now. He has been a life coach mentoring young adults or students since 1973. Chuck graduated from Long Beach Poly High School in 1974. His current program, Me Inc. Now stand for Me Expressing I Need Change Now. His goal is to motivate and inspire change. For Chuck, it is never too late for change. Chuck now lives in Fairfield, California.


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SHOW NOTES

  • Tell us about the workshops that you do with students in different school districts. Do you have any stories about students you've impacted? [1:06]

  • Tell us about your use of the game Monopoly. [3:55]

  • Do you think it's good to teach kids about the lottery in a positive light? [11:18]

  • Where did you grow up? What were you like as a kid? [12:42]

  • What made you decide that you wanted to work instead of getting into trouble? [16:47]

  • What was it like as a child to be a victim of abuse? How did you turn that abuse into something positive as an adult? [19:23]

  • Tell us about how you used to shine shoes as a child. [24:51]

  • What were the things that your adoptive mother did that helped you to heal? Any advice for parents who are raising children who are subject to abuse? [28:46]

  • What is your favorite charitable organization or cause? [31:49]


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