After a near miscarriage by his mom before birth and an action packed entrance into the world, Chandler grew up as a rebellious adventure seeker trapped in a small town.
Chandler was bit by the entrepreneurial bug at an early age when he saw that he could make a lot more money working for himself. While his friends were off searching for jobs, he was out starting businesses.
He began early (age 11) by selling his personal snacks at scout camp and, by age 17 he hired his friends to help him operate his landscaping business that earned him $10,000 for college. All in all, by age 20 he started and ran over $320,000 in businesses.
During this time, he taught other college students how to run their own successful businesses and received the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from Young Entrepreneurs Across America.
Chandler now teaches students around the world through his company Self-Publishing School. He coaches them through writing and marketing their first book using lessons he learned as a young entrepreneur and encouraging them to take the entrepreneurial leap.