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How To Live a SuperHuman Life – Wes Chapman

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In this podcast interview I go deep with Wes Chapman on what it means to live your life with purpose, to squeeze the juice out of your potential and how you can inspire others to live the same way.

Wes is a powerhouse in the online and offline communities. He has been an Entrepreneur since the age of 8 years old and was self-sufficient by the age of 16. Wes started consulting CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies at the age of 19. He has been featured on FOX, A&E, CNN, TechCrunch, Universal Films and others.

He is the founder of 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.

He recently had Angelina Jolie on his podcast and he also runs THE CIRCLE which is an awesome network of game changers, movers and shakers who are literally changing the world right now.

Checkout the interview with Wes and his message below:

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Wes Chapman’s Message for YOU!

 

SUPERHUMAN,

Passion… what the H#@! is that? Live your PASSION! Find your PASSION! Your PASSION will set you free.

Stop it, just stop it.

Your passion can never be found until you are. You are focused so much on how to make a living you rarely ever think about just living. Now before you go all “hippie” on me let me explain this a little more.

I understand you have utility payments, doctors payments, debt payments and a house payment, but in all of this you have forgotten the most important payment of all; the YOU payment.

Who are you? Not who do you want to become or what do you want to do with YOUR life. WHO ARE YOU!?

Forget for a moment that you have payments. Forget you have any responsibilities in this world at all. Sit back for a moment… do you feel that? It is freedom. Freedom to be you. Freedom to experience joy.

Now I want you to think about that credit card or that new car you want. The new shoes your son wants. That new office you want. The newest iPhone you want to have or that new gadget from Brookstone that is calling your name. That new dress that you KNOW will change everything in your life.

do for a living quote wes chapmanNow do you feel that? That feeling is called STUPID! That is feeling called pressure. That is the feeling of being OUT OF CONTROL!

NONE of this means you can’t have nice things, but all of this means you don’t deserve nice things until you can be nice to the thing that matters most and that is you.

I GIVE YOU PERMISSION to be you! To care only about YOU.

I give you the power to learn who the H#@L YOU are!

I give you the honor to live in this world doing something that YOU love doing.

Whether you are an accountant or a house-wife you can work, play and LIVE in passion. You don’t find passion, passion is already there. It always has been. Passion is in the living of “YOU”.

Learn how to live in “YOU”. Learn how to live in clarity, control and power. Learn how to live a SUPERHUMAN LIFE.

I am the the Founder of Addicted2Success.com and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances. I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 100 million lives in the last 6 and a half years.

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  1. Toni

    Mar 12, 2015 at 4:03 am

    Powerful and inspiring podcast! I just started becoming obsessed with podcast, and I came across Joel Brown’s interview on the Sharktank podcast because the title Addicted2success caught my eye. Loved his story(and his accent) and now just listened to Wes Chapman’s story. Feeling motivated to improving myself and changing the world of those around me.

  2. Robert Bright Salijeni

    Mar 8, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    This story relates to me. Lost a darling wife after staying married for 28 days only but had been in courtship for six years. It was a traumatic experience and wanted to kill myself. With counselling from people I recovered from this trauma and made myself to do what it takes to be the best I can be.

  3. Robert Bright Salijeni

    Mar 8, 2015 at 6:24 pm

    Important it is to live life to the fullest by realising our passion. What we love most helps us to be the best selves and that results in producing great results with little effort.

  4. Tim Denning

    Mar 8, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Wow such a great story. For a man that has tried to commit suicide so many times, to be able to advise large corporates at the age of 19, is truly amazing. The way that a Human Project came about almost feels like divine intervention. Thanks Joel for sharing this with us, your questions really went deep. His 30 second speech was amazing as well!!!

  5. SJ

    Mar 4, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    Great podcast, keep it up!

  6. Stuart Ralph

    Mar 4, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    Wow that ending!

    Great interview both.

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Trent is a big believer that “It All Starts With You”.

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I didn’t achieve a lot this year without my best tool: my mind.

This complex maze of nerves and pink stuff (I know jack about medicine) has helped me overcome: a fear of public speaking, a fear of flying, relationship challenges and most of all; it’s helped me to write hundreds of blog posts that have given me more opportunities that you could ever imagine.

Through mastering my mind, I became the person I am today. I gave my mind inputs that I knew would strengthen it.

I stopped my mind from consuming the negative news.
I fed my mind it’s favorite flavor of food: books.
I told my mind that failure was not an option.
I taught my mind discipline.

Ultimately, I transformed my mind and it shaped who I’ve become today.

The person you’re seeing today is a direct result of my mind. We are our minds, so it’s time to dig a little deeper into the universe that is our mind. It’s time to take back control through your mind.

 

Our minds become weak in slow incremental ways.

Missed the gym for a week?
Ate chocolate having had none for the last two years?

Your mind doesn’t let you down after one major mishap: your mind becomes weak slowly. This slow pace of demise can easily go unnoticed if you’re not careful. The little decisions you make contribute in a big way to the slow demise of your willpower.

“Without willpower, your mind will take the road of least resistance. Practice teaching your mind discipline”

 

It’s the opposite for strengthening our mind.

Try doing big crazy stuff to get you out of your comfort zone. You can try taking small steps to strengthen your mind but you’ll find your willpower starts off at a very low base. The moment your mind feels like it’s not having any major wins, it will tempt you to give into doing things you want to avoid doing.

 

You are a reflection of your mind.

Everything you do reflects how your mind thinks and behaves. That may sound all scientific – and I’m not meaning it to. You control your mind. We become what our minds think when we control it. If you want something, then you have to start telling your mind to do it.

Tell your mind you want to wake up early. Tell your mind you want to stop being afraid. Tell your mind that you have the capacity to make a million dollars. Your mind will believe what you tell it to, followed by the actions you take that backup the thoughts you place in your mind.

 

Make your mind do this.

Be more disciplined.
Be powerful.
Be more positive.

Filter out anything that goes against these three rules that you just created for yourself because I told you to. These three rules will make your mind become exactly what you want it to be. With this new mind, you can use it to become the person you’ve always dreamed of being.

Now that’s a Jedi mind trick right there!

 

A bit of fear in your mind is good.

Fear tells our mind to keep practicing and pre-planning so that we don’t fail. It’s these hours of preparation that help mold our mind into the perfect machine that can help us win at any task we ask of it.

“A bit of fear in our mind is like adding a bit of nitrous oxide to our goal”

It gives us another source of energy to power us forward when the inevitable obstacles show up – and they will!

 

When your mind lets you down, it’s good!

Tried to get your mind to convince you to crush your fear of public speaking and failed? Brilliant. Tried to run a marathon and passed out right before the finish line? Excellent Smithers.

Every bad experience your mind has allows more good to come in.

Didn’t get the car you wanted? Good, you just saved some money that you can invest.
Invested in cryptocurrency and lost a bucket load of cashola? Good, now you won’t make dumb decisions again and listen to friends who have no clue about investing.

Not getting your goal is part of the plan. When your mind lets you down, it gives you more energy and more willpower to try again. Your mind stuffing up gives you the opportunity to try again and use a different strategy. Maybe having your mind fail you a bunch of times will cause you to find the way to create something genius like a light bulb – I know there is an Einstein analogy here but CBF.

 

The adversity your mind faces will define you.

Your mind can spend a lot of time going in circles when you endure adversity. I had a pissed off customer recently that wasted a lot of my thinking time. The beauty of having your mind endure such pain is that today’s challenges can make your mind stronger for tomorrow.

Adversity is like muscle memory: it teaches your mind to get used to struggle and pain. That way, next time around, you’ll have experienced it before and your mind won’t freak out and sabotage you.

Don’t let your mind get used to giving up and being comfortable. Teach your mind that some days are going to hurt like hell. The best way to teach your mind anything is through experience.

 

Our minds become what we want through experience.

The whole “think about it, and it will happen” is BS.

Think about it, then experience it, and then it will happen.

I believe consciousness is based on experience. We become conscious of the things we try, and the things we understand through experience.

We become conscious and mindful, through experience and doing. Our mind uses experiences to filter what we see. If we want to become more then we must let our mind experience more.

Allowing your mind to experience is the superpower.

 

Give your mind a rest too.

Okay if you do all of the previous points and then forget this one, you’ll burn out. What I’m telling you to do is going to require your mind to be constantly working. Your mind needs rest though. You’ll need to allow your mind thinking space once in a while to absorb all you’ve taught it and have some alone time.

Nature is good for your mind. Your minds favorite delicacy other than avocado is holidays. Go to a beach. Visit an ancient city. Do a silent meditation retreat if you must. The message here is to give your mind a rest or it will fail you.

 

***Final Thought***

If you don’t like the person you are then take a long, hard look at your mind. Your mind is shaping the person you become everyday. You can consciously teach your mind to win, or unconsciously program your mind to defeat your goals on its own without any external forces.

You’re winning or losing based on your mind.

Treat your mind well. Respect your mind. Train your mind for battle.

If you want to increase your productivity and learn some more valuable life hacks, then join my private mailing list on timdenning.net

Tim is best known as a long-time contributor on Addicted2Success. Tim's content has been shared hundreds of thousands of times and he has written multiple viral posts all around success, personal development, motivation, and entrepreneurship. During the day Tim works with the most iconic tech companies in the world, as an adviser, to assist them in expanding into Australia. By night, Tim coaches his students on the principles of personal development and the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. You can connect with Tim through his website www.timdenning.net or through his Facebook.

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  1. Toni

    Mar 12, 2015 at 4:03 am

    Powerful and inspiring podcast! I just started becoming obsessed with podcast, and I came across Joel Brown’s interview on the Sharktank podcast because the title Addicted2success caught my eye. Loved his story(and his accent) and now just listened to Wes Chapman’s story. Feeling motivated to improving myself and changing the world of those around me.

  2. Robert Bright Salijeni

    Mar 8, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    This story relates to me. Lost a darling wife after staying married for 28 days only but had been in courtship for six years. It was a traumatic experience and wanted to kill myself. With counselling from people I recovered from this trauma and made myself to do what it takes to be the best I can be.

  3. Robert Bright Salijeni

    Mar 8, 2015 at 6:24 pm

    Important it is to live life to the fullest by realising our passion. What we love most helps us to be the best selves and that results in producing great results with little effort.

  4. Tim Denning

    Mar 8, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Wow such a great story. For a man that has tried to commit suicide so many times, to be able to advise large corporates at the age of 19, is truly amazing. The way that a Human Project came about almost feels like divine intervention. Thanks Joel for sharing this with us, your questions really went deep. His 30 second speech was amazing as well!!!

  5. SJ

    Mar 4, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    Great podcast, keep it up!

  6. Stuart Ralph

    Mar 4, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    Wow that ending!

    Great interview both.

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Click Play below to listen to the podcast episode with Jack Canfield.

 

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