03: How to have a Super Human Life, with Wes Chapman – Game Changer

Wes Chapman

Wes Chapman is an incredible visionary with goals that most would find daunting to reach in 100 lifetimes.  He is the co-founder of A Human Project – creating a community of empowered youth, co-host of The Human Project Podcast, and soon to be best-selling author of “Runt” – the story of a fearless child.

One significant trait needed to be a Game Changer:

What you focus on you will become.  If you focus on the negative part of your past, you will get more of that – if you focus on what was good or the positive, that is what you will too will manifest.  Choose to focus on what went right and keep that momentum going.

 

Thoughts on mentorship:

Be wary of mentorship that coddles you.  A mentor’s job is to push you harder than what you would otherwise in order to make you better.  But, at the end of the day you have to be your own hero.  When that mentor goes away, there is a risk that you will lose your identity or direction.  If you are your own hero, anyone outside of you becomes less relevant.

 

What do you want to be known for, what game will you have changed?

Goal one: To empower 25 million youth.  Goal two: To eradicate mental illness.  To change the game you must create a goal that pushes and inspires you to greatness.

 

How to find and connect with Wes:

www.wesleydchapman.com

iTunes: The Human Project Podcast

Ahumanproject.com

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2 Comments

  1. Stephanie on 03/04/2016 at 5:57 AM

    Amen, sistah. After years of beaintg myself up for my own depression and generally not being good enough, I’m finally beginning to trust that a few things are true: We’re never as alone as we think we are. We will always carry some issues with us, so relax and make friends with them. Some of my demons get their own room in my head that’s stocked with the things that let them know I care for them, and then they don’t have to shout or take over. Books, toys, a soft chair, a window seat . . . Sometimes fairy tales are true. Our worst flaws or mistakes can be the very things that save us. If Cinderella had gotten to the carriage on time, she wouldn’t have left the shoe behind.Please remind me of this when I lose my way. Love and love cherilyn

    • Michelle Dutro on 04/25/2016 at 4:37 PM

      Thanks for the note! I wish people more people got this. As soon as we allow in, whatever the emotion is – it no longer has control of us. And you are definitely not alone! Thank you so much for listening- it means a great deal to me! -Michelle

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