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Master In The Art Of Living

Masters in the Art of Living with Travis and Brittany Just

January 16, 2015

From working 80 hours a week to traveling for a living, National Directors, Brittany and Travis Just have succeed in living fun, free, and fulfillment through WorldVentures.

Travis and Brittany Just have embraced the WorldVentures core values, aligning their vision with WorldVentures Co-Founder and Chief Visionary Officer Wayne Nugent’s philosophy of becoming a “Master in the Art of Living.” These National Marketing Directors have learned to play to their strengths of inspiring others and carving out time to enjoy life together.  

Travis decided to change the course of his professional career after his start-up business took a huge hit due to the Great Recession in 2008. During the course of his financial difficulties, Travis met the love his life, Brittany, and both knew it was time to take an alternative route in the course of their lives. 

“Our story is pretty simple. At the same time, most people don’t expect it,” Travis says. “We looked good, we drove well, but the debts were piling up. We had zero time. I was working 80 hours a week, while Brittany was waitressing and being a mom. The week before we saw WorldVentures, we were at the lowest point we’d ever been.” 

Travis and Brittany met their future WorldVentures’ mentor Dr. David Pietsch in 2010, who encouraged them to create their own destiny and to turn their dreams into a reality. 

The day after attending a WorldVentures training session, Brittany and Travis sat down and made a bucket list. On the top of the list was to create more time, so they could be with their family, and travel the world for the first time together. After putting their dreams and reality on a sheet of paper, they both realized that the only true item they desired was more time to live fun, freedom and fulfillment.

Within their first year, Brittany and Travis put more than 100,000 miles on their car attending WorldVentures presentations. Since then, they have made attending events and presentations a priority throughout the year. 

“We jumped in full-fledged because we believe WorldVentures came into our lives for a reason, and changed everything so drastically,” Travis says.

WorldVentures gave Travis and Brittany the opportunity to have free time in their lives, and to build a better foundation for their 3 year-old twins, Aryssa and Wren.