LINDA KAVELIN-POPOV – DREAMING AT THE CROSSROADS OF CHANGE
December 10 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm MST
BOOK LAUNCH: DRBI is honored to host best-selling author and co-founder of The Virtues Project Linda Kavelin-Popov as she launches her new book into the world.
In one way or another, we all face the terrifying, personal upheaval that is change. Dreaming at the Crossroads of Change is a guide to navigating the major shifts in your life, by calling on the power of virtues – your inner qualities of soul and character. Through simple strategies and exercises, you learn the steps towards welcoming change for its power to rejuvenate and redirect your definition of what you and your life can be.
The book launch is free admission.
**Don’t forget to register for Workshop that follows for $59.** Linda will guide participants through key learnings of her book, facilitating small-group exercises designed to start each person on the path to embracing personal change. These exercises focus on:
- Discerning your dream
- Letting go of obstacles
- Exploring 3 secrets of sustaining joy
While purchasing the book is optional, this workshop will give participants a head start on the journey of self-discovery that continues through absorbing and personalizing the wisdom within Dreaming at the Crossroads of Change.
Join the Zoom Meeting at:
8:00 PM Eastern _ 7:00 PM Central _ 6:00 PM Mountain _ 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Meeting ID: 932 3802 1766
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Bio: Linda Kavelin-Popov is a best-selling author whose books have been translated into more than a dozen languages. She has traveled the world for decades as an international speaker on personal and global transformation. Linda is the co-founder with her husband, Dr. Dan Popov and late brother, John Kavelin, of The Virtues Project, a global initiative that inspires the practice of virtues in everyday life. The Project, founded in 1991, has sparked a global revolution of kindness, justice, and integrity in more than 120 countries. It was honored by the United Nations as a “model global program for families of all cultures,” and endorsed by The Dalai Lama. Linda was named a “cultural creative” by Time Magazine. She appeared on Oprah debuting her first book, The Family Virtues Guide, and had her own television series on Vision TV in Canada, “Virtues: A Family Affair.” As a psychotherapist, she designed suicide and violence prevention programs used in US mental health clinics. She is also a hospice spiritual care counselor. Dreaming at the Crossroads of Change is Linda’s seventh book. She has two sons and seven grandchildren scattered around the planet, and now lives on Lana’i, Hawaii with her husband, Dan.