Podcast 024: What Kids Need to Thrive with Wes Chapman of A HUMAN Project

A look into the mind of today's guest.
A look into the mind of today’s guest.

Today’s guest has had a lifetime of unplanned adventures… Abused and abandoned during his young childhood, simultaneously a troublemaker and a bullied kid all through school… Wesley Chapman developed an entrepreneurial spirit at age 8, when his grandmother became disabled and he started going door to door selling flowers from her garden.

The entrepreneurial spirit stuck with Wes, who found that his strength lay in being an entrepreneur, and then helping other entrepreneurs… And in more recent years helping thousands of children and teens through their own private battles.

We talk about all that in today’s episode:

  • how Wes’s growing up helped him become the man he is today
  • how his philosophy went from “I’ll prove them all wrong” to “I’ll prove myself right”… And how this philosophical shift affects Wes and the people around him every day
  • what the acronym HUMAN means, in Wes’s A HUMAN Project click update
  • how you can help your young child thrive

If you take just one thing from this episode, I hope it is this: our children deserve our time and our positive thinking. These two elements are what will cause them to thrive!