Duped in a Timeshare? Contact Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit & More Didn’t Frighten Our Leader Chuck McDowell
If you’ve been duped in a timeshare, you may be trying to figure a way out. Perhaps you’ve heard of the timeshare advocacy industry. As a leader in the timeshare advocacy industry, Wesley Financial Group strives to fight timeshare fraud. We have helped many individuals, couples, and families overcome timeshare issues. Whether you are trying to reduce your level of ownership or cancel your level of ownership, you can contact our team to help you reach your goal. At the helm of our ship is Chuck McDowell, CEO & President of Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit and more didn’t frighten Chuck McDowell once he left the timeshare industry. His journey began there. Today he uses his knowledge to help fight deceitful timeshare companies that dupe innocent people. You could say that Chuck McDowell washed his hands of the timeshare industry. Maybe it’s time for you to do the same.
Wash That Timeshare Right Out of Your Hair
If you contact Wesley Financial Group, we can help you get rid of your timeshare problems. You can wash that timeshare right out of your hair. If you’re a fan of musical theatre or classic cinema, you may be familiar with the musical South Pacific. One of the best songs in the musical is “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair”. Turns out, you maybe be able to do just that. You may help rid yourself of certain feelings and emotions by washing yourself. In an article written for The Daily Mail, the theory is explained in more detail: “The song was spot on – it is possible to wash that man right out of your hair. A study shows washing has powerful psychological effects, ‘cleansing’ us of negative feelings. In the musical South Pacific, heroine Nellie Forbush managed to ease her confusion over a lover when she sang ‘I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair’.” (“Why you really”, 2011).
Here’s where it gets interesting though, “But psychologists say the same principle applies to a wide range of emotions. ‘By washing the hands, taking a shower or even thinking of doing so, people can rid themselves of a sense of immorality, unlucky feelings, or doubt about a decision,’ said researcher Spike Lee of the University of Michigan in the U.S. ‘The bodily experience of removing physical residues can provide the basis of removing more abstract mental residues – metaphor is that powerful.’” (“Why you really”, 2011). After reading this you make think, “Great. But what can I do with that if I’m still in the throes of my timeshare woes?” Well, maybe you should consider contacting Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit and more couldn’t stop our leader Chuck McDowell with continuing his career in fighting against the very industry he used to work for. Today, Chuck McDowell is the CEO & President of Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit from Wyndham attacked him prior to his arrival at Wesley Financial. He decided to take a stand against unscrupulous companies in the timeshare industry. Today he is the leader of Wesley Financial Group, which is itself a leader in timeshare advocacy industry. By contacting us, we can help you get rid of your timeshare problems.
Thrown Under the Bus
You can fight against timeshare fraud with Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit and more, it was a battle for our CEO & President Chuck McDowell before he came to Wesley Financial. He was thrown under the bus. Wyndham decided that they were going to sue him, and he got ready for the fight. He didn’t back down. Now, he uses what he learned to help those who have been taken advantage of by the timeshare industry. Today, he is the CEO & President of Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit and the negativity surrounding one didn’t stop Chuck McDowell from continuing to help people take a stand against timeshare companies that dupe them.
Getting ‘thrown under the bus’ is pretty common. Contributor David K. Williams wrote on Forbes.com, “If you engage in the game of work long enough, you will most likely experience getting thrown under the bus. It could be a person you experience a conflict with or represent a work or personal challenge. No matter what the source is, it hurts. So, we thought we might explore a few options to lessen pain and transform what is potentially a devastating experience into a learning opportunity. Landing under the wheels of the proverbial work bus is bone and heart crushing and most definitely leaves tread marks. It requires courage to face an oncoming bus traveling at full speed and discover the know-how to rise above it instead of landing under it. We seek out solutions beyond yes/no or right/wrong; unique concepts that are a blend of the polarities and open the door to new possibilities. “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand,” said Albert Einstein.” (Williams, 2015).
Williams recommends a few gems such as, “Acknowledge and Learn from the Experience; Focus on Discovering a Win; Whether You Win or Lose, Continue to Move Forward; and Awareness.” Let’s explore them.
“Acknowledge and Learn from the Experience”
Williams states, “(Face it and choose to take no offense. View every experience as an opportunity to develop) Respect trumps avoidance tactics, which might work for a short time, but buses are faster than people and in this scenario the bus hits you from behind. The silent hits hurt the most and often last the longest. It’s best to face work challenges “head on” (pun intended). Be aware that the bus is not actually the problem. Focus on the actions and how to resolve them and move forward.” (Williams, 2015). Before Wesley Financial Group, lawsuit and more confronted Chuck McDowell. He was slammed with a lawsuit from Wyndham, but he fought for what he believed in and won. He acknowledged and learned from that experience.
“Focus on Discovering a Win”
Williams continues in his recommendations, “(Commit to discovering the win by finding an opportunity to step back and examine the issue with the source that threw you under the bus) Here’s where the game gets good and champions emerge. When you begin to plan your next project, anticipate that you will receive pushback, and address it first. Meet with the individuals you have experienced conflict with first. Listen and adjust where necessary. You decide what advice to incorporate and what not to.” (Williams, 2015). By taking what he learned from working in the timeshare industry and overcoming the legal battle with Wyndham, Chuck McDowell has used what he went through to help him win. Now with Wesley Financial Group, lawsuit and more didn’t scare Chuck McDowell from “discovering a win”.
“Whether You Win or Lose, Continue to Move Forward”
Williams states, “Entrepreneurs generally “suck a lot of gravel” before they discover their defining moment. Champions understand that new ideas and game-changing concepts are not always discovered sitting safely strapped in a comfortable bus seat. For entrepreneurs, many times we discover treasure under the bus in the gravel, a place few people are willing to explore.” (Williams, 2015). Although Williams is focusing on entrepreneurs, it is
still relevant to Chuck McDowell, CEO & President of Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit and more didn’t scare him from moving forward.
Lastly, Williams recommends, “It is easy to recognize when we feel thrown under the bus…Take a moment to ask yourself, “Is this for the highest good of all? What does the ultimate outcome look like?” …May all your work experiences in, on, or under the bus present an opportunity to develop, grow and learn.” (Williams, 2015). Again, we see how Chuck McDowell used his experiences and knowledge for the greater good – to help those who are victims of timeshare fraud.
Contact Wesley Financial Group. Lawsuit & More Didn’t Frighten Our Leader Chuck McDowell
All of these recommendations by Williams are exactly what our very own Chuck McDowell did. He took everything that happened to him in stride and continues to use it to help those who are having difficulties with their timeshare. If you are trying to wash that timeshare out of your life for good, contact our offices today.
Williams, David K. (March 25, 2015). How to Survive Getting Thrown Under the Bus at Work., https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidkwilliams/2015/03/25/how-to-survive-getting-thrown-under-the-bus-at-work/#466e18a16111
(October 7, 2011). Why you really can wash the man out of your hair. www.dailymail.co.uk, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2046245/Why-really-wash-man-hair.html