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For-Purpose Entrepreneur Wesley Chapman on Finding Your Calling

6 days ago69 minutes

Today’s guest and I have never spoken until today’s podcast. So how did I score a one-hour interview with somebody like Wesley Chapman? I sent out a tweet asking for people interested in being a guest on the Marketing Lifestyle. So Wesley tweets back and volunteers to be on the show. I knew a little about him and the more I discovered about him the more I thought he either his Twitter account was hacked or he was playing a cruel joke. No way a guy like this -- who I didn’t even know -- would have time to be on my show. But he was serious, and I am incredibly grateful. This is one episode you don’t want to miss. Hearing Wesley talk about his latest project will make you think hard about what’s important and it could even change your life. LISTEN: Wesley Chapman, The Marketing Lifestyle Show ep. 12 Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe via Stitcher Radio My Shameless Plugs: Sign up for Top 7 Tips for Becoming a Pro Vlogger webinar series! Sign up for Chris Ducker's Cleveland Mastermind event! Sign up for Social Media Success Summit! (An online conference I'm speaking at!   Tweetable Moment: We have so many endless possibilities. The only thing that stops us is ourselves. Tweet it!     About Wesley: I can’t do Wesley’s story justice in this tiny space, so I encourage you to find out more about him by buying his book when it comes out. The cliff notes version is this: He was abandoned by his parents by the age of 6 1/2 and lived with his grandmother, who suffered from a disability. Forced to grow up faster than most kids, he started selling flowers from his grandmother’s acreage door-to-door, a venture that earned him $500 a day. He spent his career as an entrepreneur until a series of events led him to start a new chapter in his life, dedicated to teaching disadvantaged youth how to “sell flowers” too. The Chat: A Human Project Ruby's Story   A First Thing: Wesley didn’t start telling his story until his late 20s. When he did, renowned speakers like Greg Reid, Les Brown and Zig Ziglar said he should follow in their footsteps and become a motivational speaker. Wesley kicked the tires a little on that line of work, but he ultimately felt it wasn’t his purpose. He did, however, make a presentation to 6th-8th graders, where he met a girl who had considered suicide just before the assembly. By that evening, this girl credited Wesley with saving her life. That’s when he realized his calling and founded A Human Project. To see one

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