Hey! I’m Wesley Aleshire and I think I might have something you’d like to hear. I’d like to think I’m a lot of things, but more importantly, I’m NOT a lot of things.
For starters, I’m NOT the smartest person in the world. I’m NOT the wealthiest person. I’m NOT the strongest. And while my mother might have said otherwise, I’m NOT the best looking person you probably know.
But when I was just 17 years old, something happened in my life that would change the trajectory of both my life and my career. I attended a motivational seminar and left it feeling moved.
As cliché as that may sound, it stuck with me. From there on, I’d find myself at points in my life – both career and otherwise, where the correct motivation and direction for development could create tangible growth.
My career has taken me down many different roads in the past 25 years. I’ve spent time in sales; held titles like “Trouble-Shooter” and “Director of Acquisitions” and eventually found myself in property and real estate management. But there’s one thing I’ve always focused on, and that’s business development, employee development, solution strategies, and curriculum development.
Since the early comings and goings of my career I’ve now branched off and given everything I have into this professional speaking career, because no matter what I’ve done prior to this, that motivational seminar continually interjects itself into where I’m at in life.
Do you remember all of those things I’m not? Well, let me share with you what I AM now. Most people call me Wes and I currently live in Atlanta, where I operate my company: Property Management Learning and Development Resources.
I AM more than an educator. I AM a doer. And I AM a believer that within all of us is this crazy awesome set of tools, that with the right motivation, can create positive and productive change.
So, how can I help you?
I AM happy to bring seminars, online learning, and digital development services to you, right where you are. With decades of experience, I’ve spoken on behalf of corporations and associations in a third of the U.S.
Don’t think of this learning environment as a classroom setting. Rather, together, we’ll focus on the heart of what we do everyday: the people. I’ll help you learn to foster meaningful business and consumer relationships, as well as discern the root causes of major, repeated problems and challenges.