Master in the Art of Living: Co-Founder and CVO Wayne Nugent
There are no limits; it’s up to you to create what you want with this opportunity.
When WorldVentures™ Chief Visionary Officer Wayne Nugent founded the company on fun, freedom and fulfillment, he was revered for his vision, inspiring others to chart their own course and pursue a way of life that creates joy through balance, personal growth and service. Today, Wayne's acclaim for being the Master in the Art of Living is a result of his wisdom and compassion.
While serving in the United States Marine Corps, Wayne travelled on a budget, backpacking through Europe and staying in hostels. His dream was ignited to see the world, traveling with friends in style. In 1992, Wayne transitioned to civilian life beginning a career in sales. Despite a strong work ethic, he was frustrated by the lack of advancement and yearned for something greater. Wayne realized thinking inside the box was not allowing him to live up to his potential.
He envisioned a company built around freedom and traveling the world—a company he wanted to join, but that didn’t exist. “I’ve tried to create a vision so big that there’s room for everyone,” Wayne says. “WorldVentures is a framework for greatness. There are no limits; it’s up to you to create what you want with this opportunity. I want our Representatives to be visionaries with me—to share their ideas about how to help others live more fulfilled lives.”
“We’re in the business of bringing joy to as many people as possible,” Wayne says, “Happiness is fleeting. Joy is a deeper, richer and more soulful experience. When you pursue happiness, you’re always looking. Joy is when you stop looking. Joy is within you.”
Wayne finds fulfillment watching Representatives around the world grow and discover their true potential. “I encourage everyone to become a Master in the Art of Living,” Wayne says. “If you’re practiced in these five areas of your life—spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual and financial—you’ll not only discover joy, but you’ll be prepared for whatever comes your way. That’s what I want for you. I want you to find your joy.”