Joshua Bevan, like most of us, comes from a very humble beginning. He worked a full time job while putting himself through college at California State University Long Beach. It was there that he nurtured his passion for other peoples’ stories by studying Journalism.
Writing freelance for various magazines allowed Joshua Bevan to set up interviews with people from all walks of life. He learned about the world from many different perspectives. Through interviews with prominent business owners and real estate investors, he found a team of great mentors.
Joshua Bevan struggled and built his own businesses from the ground up. With hard work and determination these companies grew to the point that he was able to take time off and volunteer in his community. While volunteering to rebuild homes in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina, he was introduced to the writings of John Wesley.
Earn all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.
Wesley wrote about the importance of being a good steward of money. He stressed the importance of working hard and living frugally so that your wealth can be used to benefit the world. Joshua Bevan immediately felt a deep connection to these sentiments. It is now his quest to help his brothers and sisters of planet earth achieve these goals.
Joshua Bevan combines the skills of a crafty investigative journalist and a savvy businessman. He uses these dual personalities to interview the top minds in the worlds of business and philanthropy. By reading and watching his stories. you will learn how to tap into the world’s abundance and create the success you want for yourself and your family.
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While building his businesses from the ground up, Joshua Bevan sought out some of the best mentorship. He has learned that the path to success is difficult and simple at the same time. Joshua has committed his life to learning how to, “Earn all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.” Through videos, blogs and speaking events, he will pass that knowledge forward.