“So what have you been up to these days?”
You’ve just run into your long-lost, high-school friend, and she’s staring at you, wondering what you’ve made of yourself in the last few years since you’ve seen her last.
Ugh, this question. Your stomach drops. Your mind goes blank, trying to think of anything amazing, anything meaningful, that’s happened in the last few months, or even in the last year.
Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
You mutter quietly, “Not too much…”
You’re quickly reminded that you’re not accomplishing any of the amazing things you’d set out to do.
That panicky feeling washes over you – the one that tells you you’re wasting so much time. The one that tells you that you’re failing, that you’re lazy, that you’ve thrown away all of your potential.
You’re still working the same soul-sucking job, the one you swore you’d quit three years ago. You live in the same town, in the same, small apartment. You think about all the hours you’ve spent listlessly watching The Bachelor and eating takeout.
And you feel like a failure.
The last few years have flown by, and you are nowhere closer to living the life you’ve dreamed of. You’re in the same exact place, year after year, with no idea how to move forward.
Let’s face it: You’re stuck.
You’ve watched your friends zoom past you, working toward their goals, achieving big milestones, chugging full steam ahead. Your Facebook newsfeed is brimming with their accomplishments: a high-school friend just wrote a book, and it’s on the Amazon bestseller list. Another friend just moved to Seoul, South Korea to be the head bartender at a five-star hotel. Your freshman roommate just got featured in Shots Magazine for being a PR rockstar (accompanied by 200+ likes on Facebook). And, of course, another friend is engaged. Another one just got married. Still another one just moved into her newly-bought house.
Terrified, and helpless, you feel like you’re falling behind.
A gnawing suspicion grows into full-blown frustration: “I wanted to be so much farther along by now!”
You’d do anything to take your life off the pause button.
And that’s why we’re here – to help you press play.
At Your Velveteen Life, we totally get it. You need to start moving again.
It’s time to get going on the things you’ve wanted for so long, like starting a business, writing that book, finding your dream job, meeting your soulmate, traveling the world.
We can help you, because we’ve been you.
We’re Shannon and Jessica Marshall – the Marshalls, for short. We’re your breakthrough gurus, momentum masters, and pom-pom-holding cheerleaders who will give you the clarity, momentum, and wholehearted encouragement you need to accomplish your goals in half the time.
In the process, we’ll help you uncover the magnificent, incredible person you’ve always been and get you living the full life you’ve always envisioned.
The next time someone asks you, “So what have you been up to these days?” you won’t feel panicked.
Instead, you’ll answer with a smile, “How much time do you have?”
Here’s the first step.
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Along with these strategies, we’ll give you the word-for-word scripts that we’ve used – at family gatherings, high-school reunions, and awkward run-ins with ex-boyfriends – to answer, “So what have you been up to these days?” Use these scripts to leave them in awe, saying, “Wow! Amazing!”