Keep Pedaling with Inspired Speaker Westley Morris

Wes Inspires Through His Own Personal Story of Transformation. Keep Pedaling and Enjoy Life My Friends!

Westley has one of the most inspirational stories you will ever hear. It is a story of hope, resilience, perseverance, determination, and commitment. Westley captures the hearts and minds of his audience with his energetic style of public speaking and adds value to his audiences by giving them the tools they need to overcome any obstacle in life. As a professional speaker, Westley has mastered the art of triggering emotion in others through his tell-all story. That emotion is what drives action and action creates results.

Quote: “Westley represents the transformation that you desire in yourself, your organization, and your team.” ~ Joetta Clark 4X Olympian

Along with his unique style of speaking, Westley breaks down the strategies and tools used to transform his life from a homeless drug addict that lost his driving privileges for 22 years to a very successful businessman, family man, and inspirational speaker who was named the LV Styles 2023 most influential man of the year. On October 1st 2023, Westley rode a bicycle 500 miles to Spartanburg S.C. to inspire young boys that lack male role models. Westley’s signature talk “10 tools while biking through life” is changing lives throughout the world!

Quote: Life is so beautiful at eight miles an hour. So keep pedaling! ~ Westley Morris


Today’s Top 3 Takeaways:

  1. A Healthy Mindset
  2. Daily Discipline
  3. Personal & Professional Development


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Timestamped Show Notes:

03:45 – Brad has always been like a big brother to me. He has been in my wedding. He’s just been a mentor and someone that I’ve always looked up to. Just in his character, his discipline, and the way that he carries himself in all facets of his life. Including you, we’re products of personal development. It’s something that I eat, sleep, breathe, and my life is a direct reflection of the time and attention and resources that I’ve invested into my mindset. 

17:15 – We have an idea, we have a mental model, of what we aspire to be. But, you know, I think the beauty part is the process. It’s the learning, it’s the getting better.

21:55 – There are little incantations, little things that I’ve learned over the process of the last three years of mentorship with him. That has really taken me to another level. I couldn’t say that prior to working with Paul Martinelli.

30:20 – It’s controlled, you know you get better two different ways. You could just go full throttle, with with no responsibility, or you can allow the law of process to take effect and you can get a little bit better and feel a little more comfortable over time. Do it in a healthy way. I think one way is, and I’m living proof of that, is rushing things, which is more prone to bad things happening.

40:30 – The thing is, the human programming or as human beings, we get addicted to emotions, to the way that we are supposed to feel. If you don’t think you’re addicted, give me this smartphone for a week. Get your hand off of that device, take that away for a month and see how you feel.

50:00 – Let’s talk about that 12-year-old little boy inside. That’s really the voice that holds me back, it’s that inner child? I was obedient. I set out on my journey, I went to massage school, and then I’m riding a bicycle. I road eight and a half miles, every single day from Allentown to Hellertown. To go help build my family business. We grew that business 1,000% in four and a half years, even through a worldwide pandemic. I hold a citation from the US House of Representatives and the US House of Senate, I became the most influential man in Lehigh Valley Style.

01:15:45 – Final Words


Our Final Words of the Show:

What I realized after I came home is that the bicycle that I road is a metaphor for a successful, meaningful, and purposeful life. What I mean is, the first thing you have is the handlebars. Those are decisions, our decisions create our destiny, one degree to the left or to the right of my handlebars, I’m ending up in a completely different destination. So you got to make good decisions.

The next is the frame of the bicycle. That’s my mental and physical well-being, my mental and physical health. One crack on my bike frame, I’m on the side of the road watching everybody else go through life. So you’ve got to take care of your mental and physical health.

The next is your pedals. Those are our desires. The stronger my vibrational frequency of my desires, the more power I’m going to put to my pedals and the further I’m going to go in life. So what do you want?

The next is the chain. Those are my daily actions. Those have to be in alignment with my desires. It’s like me saying I want to lose weight and be financially free. If my daily actions are not in alignment, I’m not going anywhere.

Next is the gears. Successful people know when to switch gears at the appropriate time. The gear that I’m in now is in the gear that I’m in with my clients or with my family, you got to know when to switch gears. You have to have the foresight to see what’s coming down the road of life so you can get in the appropriate gear and maximize your efforts.

The next is the wheel. That’s my support system. At any given time, during that 500 mile ride, all 230 pounds of me was on one spoke. In life, you’re going to have to rely on a handful of people. So make sure you have a good strong support system around you.

The next is the tires. The front ones filled with inspiration, the back ones filled with motivation. Now on that ride, I had to check and fill my tires daily. Because if you ever tried to ride a bike on flat tires, it makes it really hard to do. So you got to find something that inspires and motivates you on a daily basis.

The next is a seat, you are going to have to support yourself. There may come a time where you’re the only person that believes in your dream, you’re gonna have to support yourself, how are you doing that? How are you talking to yourself? Nobody’s going to believe in your dreams like you believe in your dreams, You have to support yourself.

Lastly, my favorite is the brakes. Everything in the universe is subject to the law of rhythm. Sun goes up, sun comes down, tide goes out, tide comes in. Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, everything is subject to the law of rhythm. Sometimes you’re grinding up a hill. Sometimes you have got momentum and you’re coasting down on those downhills. Don’t forget to use your brakes, slow down, take in the views and enjoy the ride. We get so fixated on getting to the destination that we completely miss the entire journey. Life is so beautiful at eight miles an hour. So keep pedaling.


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