Wes Chapman on owning your power no matter what life throws at you.

2a288a9Wes Chapman on owning your power no matter what life throws at you.

Podcast Overview:

If you ever feel like you have to suffer because of circumstances outside of your control, this is a great episode to listen to. At age 1, Wes was abandoned by his father. At age 6 1/2, he was abandoned by his mother. By age 16, he’d tried to commit suicide 16 times. He’s gone through a LOT in his life – but even still, he refuses to become a victim or let himself get shaped negatively by things that happened to him. He now dedicates his life to helping children realize that they have a choice in their lives. This extremely inspiring episode goes over how you can own your power, regardless of what life throws at you.

Wes Chapman’s Bio:

Wesley Chapman has been an Entrepreneur since the age of 8 years old and was self sufficient by the age of 16. Having amazing successes and epic failures, Wesley has learned the most important part of being an Entrepreneur is to hold your head up high in your failures and stay humble in your successes. Wesley started consulting CEO’s of fortune 500 companies at the age of 19. He has had his work featured in over 350 different industries and been apart of over 5000 brands.

Wesley has now changed his direction in life and has founded, A HUMAN PROJECT, a for-purpose 501c3 with a mission to create a community of empowered youth. Wesley experiences in life and his skills in the entrepreneurial community have prepared him for his greatest life mission.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

A HUMAN Project – Wes’ nonprofit site

A Better Life Facebook group – Community support

WesleyDChapman.com – Wes’ personal website

AHumanProject.com/Ruby – A child’s experience with A HUMAN Project

Episode Transcript

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