Hey everybody! Welcome to Conversations with Doc Martin, where we talk to extraordinary people doing extraordinary things!
In today’s interview, we talk to Wesley Hamilton, who has transformed from “victim” to “victor!”
Gun shot wounds left Wesley with a spinal cord injury, which led him to fitness and nutrition. Through this unexpected journey, he became inspired — and empowered!
Wesley drew inspiration from his roles as a father, a potential role model, and went on to establish a philanthropic organization called Disabled, but Not Really, whose mission is to bring positivity and hope to the disabled community and beyond! He’s won bodybuilding competitions, philanthropic awards, and some even say the hearts of the world.
Wesley transformed yet again when working with “The Fab Five” on Season 4 of the Netflix hit show “Queer Eye.” Wesley shares that The Fab Five taught him how to be true to himself, and he was humbled by the experience. He believes that the highest human act is to inspire, and this is his purpose in life. Wesley works hard to deliver motivating messages on the power of self-love, resilience, and change; trying to make change in the world.