A real man is a strong man, one who walks with confidence and power. The only way to gain that confidence and control in your life is to find out your core or who you truly are and what you truly want. My guest today, Mr. Wesley Chapman is here to tell us how to make that happen.
Meet Wesley Chapman
Wesley works with hundreds of youth and adults on a monthly basis moving them from where they are to where they want to be.
Wesley was abandoned at 1 by his father, then at 6 1/2 by my mother. He tried to commit suicide 12 times before his 16th birthday. He was abused in every way possible. He survived and is on a mission to help 25 million more survive.
Wesley Chapman has been an Entrepreneur since the age of 8 years old and was self-sufficient by the age of 16. Wesley started consulting CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies at the age of 19.
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 is the founder A HUMAN PROJECT, a for-purpose 501c3 with a mission to create a community of empowered youth.
He is also the founder of SUPER HUMAN LIFE, a program designed to ensure ultimate understanding of ones true potential. Wesley’s experiences in life and skills in the entrepreneurial community have prepared him for what is now his greatest life mission; creating a world of hope.
“I was wearing this suit and then I’d come home and take the suit off and sit alone in my room and be very broken.” Tweet That— Wesley Chapman
What You’ll Learn
- How to overcome abuse and adversity
- How to use adversity to your advantage
- How to see your life honesty, to heal, and to find hope
- SuperHuman’s definition of honesty
- How to find your core as a man
- How to be happy when the world around you is sad, how to be confident when the world tells you you’re not pretty enough or smart enough
- How to stick to your commitments
- How you can change your life when you understand what your core is
“Having an unobstructed view of reality gives you the ability to have endurance and resilience.” Tweet That— Wesley Chapman
How to Find Your Core
- Get out a pen and paper and write out your life story
- Get in front of the mirror and ask yourself the tough questions
- Eliminate your excuses and have a real conversation with yourself
“The things that happened to you, happened yesterday and, if I’m not mistaking, it’s today.” Tweet That— Wesley Chapman
“Being honest with yourself is the hardest thing that you’ll ever do.” Tweet That— Wesley Chapman
Connect with Wes
- Website: www.ahumanproject.com
- Podcast: www.superhuman.life
- Twitter: @wesleydchapman
- Facebook: WesleyDChapman