Workshop to help you identify what you want, write your future story, and map out how you will achieve what you want out of life and work.
Your Future Story
Want More Out of Life and Work?
Story of Women
Brainstorm to discover how to succeed as a woman in today's world. Find support to help you get what you want out of life and work.
Story of Men
Men come together to explore how their lives have changed and brainstorming ideas to get what they want from life and work.
APeeling Experts are Waiting to Help You
APeeling workshops are facilitated by MarketAPeel approved experts who understand the problem you are facing and how to help you get what you want out of life, work, and business.
APeeling workshops are for those people who want to dive deep into topics to find solutions to the problems that are getting in the way of their efforts to create an appealing life, career, or business. If you aren't serious about getting more out of your life, these workshops are not for you. They are for intelligent individuals who are determined to rise above where they are today.
If you are ready to peel back the layers to get to the core of what is getting in your way - keep reading.
Get More from Your Life and Your Work
Your APeeling Future Story is a unique experience to discover what you really want, envision your future story, and create a map to your better life. Through an intensive, multi-day program, we will help you identify what you need to do to get where you want to be, and provide you with the tools and resources to make it happen.
We invite you to join us on a journey to a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
Choose a topic and start on your journey to a better life
The Story of Women
The Story of Men
60 Minute Discussion
Learn how to define your story
What questions to ask yourself
What narrative to use
Full Access Pass to That's Life
Small Group Conversation
A Story about Women Program
You are invited on a journey of discovery about womanhood and a discussion on how the role of women in society has been transformed over our lifetime and what that means for ourselves and our daughters.
You will receive a full access pass to the That's Life Book
A 10 minute presentation on what the story reveals about our lives
Small group discussion about the story and how it relates to our lives
Larger discussion about the story of women
Small group discussion about what we lost, gained, and wish for our daughters and sons
We will discuss the story, our own stories, and the story of women
Receive a workbook to help you define your story's narrative with hero language
Chose the day and time that works best for you. Invite your friends and together go on a journey of discovery, healing, and bridge building.
Brand Storyteller, digital magazine publisher, podcaster, blogger, and novelist
Shannon helps professionals and businesses generate brand story ideas to tell to the marketplace and help them to map out and build their digital footprint to guide audiences from brand awareness to advocacy.
Shannon Peel is the creative force behind the MarketAPeel Brand. She works from her home office overlooking life in Downtown Vancouver, BC Canada. Her hard work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit are in her DNA as multigenerational Peel family values, which she has passed on to the next generation along with her independent streak. People describe her as intelligent, quick witted, and creative, all things she takes pride in as she values intelligent thought and solution based productivity. MarketAPeel reflects her values and vision.
Make Real Connections with Like Minded Women
In today's world, we are missing connection in our race to build audiences, businesses, and increasing our productivity.
For real connection we need to show up, tell stories, and listen to discover those common threads that bring us together. Through conversation we find common threads to weave into our tapestry of life. But we need to know how to tell our stories, which details to add, which to leave out. The words we use can cast us as either the heroes of our stories or the victims in our stories.
Yet, when we feel vulnerable and victimized we want company and people who are stronger than us to lift us up, validate our feelings, and be a sound board to our venting. This does not build connection because people are drawn to the heroes of stories and move away from those who sound like victims, it's a natural reaction because we want to feel safe instead of vulnerable.
To help you redefine your narrative and start to craft your role as a hero instead of a victim, you will receive a workbook to work through your personal reaction to the ideas in the first chapter of the, "That's Life" novel.