“What a great in-depth workshop! Shannon is an awesome facilitator and teacher. Her warmth and authenticity created an environment which allowed the attendees to speak openly about ideas and feelings that were meaningful to them.” ~Edie F
“The kick-off was a wonderful event! The questions in the exercises were challenging and thought provoking. Shannon gave an excellent, and entertaining, presentation.” ~Renay E.
“Always such a great group of women. A very supportive and safe environment in which to explore yourself. Great information, fun, and thought provoking.” ~Stacey
“And I thought I knew why I procrastinated! I'm not lazy or unorganized! This Meetup provided a very comfortable but systematic (not draining) approach to discovering the variety of feelings/fears behind all the excuses- for me! Sharing is important and being able to say it out loud with someone who is in a similar place is good. I drove home feeling light - I enjoyed meeting everyone there!” ~Kathy
“Excellent! Shannon is an inspiring leader and teacher. I am excited about applying the guidelines she shared with us!” ~Kathleen
“Shannon is a thoughtful and talented group organizer. The energy the ladies bring to this meet-up is life changing. Thanks Shannon, for listening to that small soft voice.” ~Tess
“Shannon thanks for your authenticity, grace, and helping us all to build a community of Unstoppable Women! I keep sharing it with others.” ~Barbara
“Shannon has a vivacious personality. Enjoyed listening to her and hope to attend more meetups.” ~Donna
“Shannon is very dedicated to putting a stake in the ground for women to cultivate their leadership - whatever their unique version. I see this meet up really gaining momentum and providing a resource and network of substance for the women of Silicon Valley.” ~Lydia
“Shannon is a spectacular teacher. She knows how to get right to the heart of the matter. Thanks so much.” ~Candy
“Shannon creates an environment that is a safe place to share thoughts and dreams as well as areas that we are working on.” ~Eletah
“Wow, what a great event! Thanks Shannon for putting on such a well organized and highly valuable lecture. You are a warm and inviting person with remarkable presentation and listening skills. In addition to that, the women you have brought together are an amazing bunch! I've never felt so comfortable in a room full of strangers. Well, strangers no more...I look forward to seeing everyone again! THANK YOU!” ~Jodi
The Virtues Project is a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life. The Project is sparking a global revolution of kindness, justice, and integrity in more than 95 countries through its facilitators and Virtues Connections.
The Virtues Project empowers individuals to live more authentic meaningful lives, families to raise children of compassion and integrity, educators to create safe, caring, and high performing learning communities, and leaders to encourage excellence and ethics in the work place. It has inspired and mobilized people worldwide to commit acts of service and generosity, to heal violence with virtues.
The Five Virtues Strategies awaken the gifts of character, through inspiring programs, books, and materials that help us to remember who we really are and to live by our highest values.The Virtues Project was founded in Canada in 1991 by Linda Kavelin Popov, Dr. Dan Popov and John Kavelin. It was honored by the United Nations during the International Year of the Family as a "model global program for families of all cultures".
"The Virtues Project is a model global program for families of all cultures."
United Nations Secretariat, International Year of the Family
"The Virtues Project is a bridge between cultures."
Robert Greenway, Tahltan elder
We always knew that the main purpose of life on this earth was to develop virtues --- to be 'good' people and 'know' ourselves, but it was The Virtues Project that gave us the knowledge and the tools to begin that journey. Our gratitude for the ongoing growth and development of this great Project is boundless. And, in the process of our personal discovery, we have been privileged to guide others along this essential and meaningful path. What better thing is there than this?
Master Facilitators, Sheldon Ramer, counsellor and psychotherapist, New Zealand
Ellen Montague, administrator of Canterbury Virtues Trust, New Zealand
"TheVirtues Project is one of the best things to happen to the Boys & Girls Club. It helps us respectfully address the spirit of our kids and gives new hope to us all."
S. Lake, Board Member, B&G Clubs Twin Cities, Minnesota