Rebecca Sheppard - Travel in Canada, NoLs, and Busting the Charter Myths [King Hero Interview]
Join Stand4Thee's Rebecca Sheppard and myself for a King Hero interview Friday April 1st at 1:00 PM CDT!
We're going to talk about travel restrictions and what can be done about them, how they use their Notice of Liability, the myths that are going around about the Canadian Charter of Rights that need to be dispelled, and why people are winning in court using the Canadian Bill of Rights instead.
Rebecca Sheppard started Stand4THEE in 2020 with two other co-founders. She has since branched off and has shaped Stand4THEE to what it is today through hard work, determination, and support from an incredible network. She works together with Paralegal Jane Scharf, and an incredible group of dedicated volunteers to create actions to disrupt status quo and create change. The philosophy of Stand4THEE is to use due process against those who are violating our rights, and we do this by participating in the process. Stand4THEE aims to provide information, support, and actions that each of us can participate in to hold individuals accountable for violating due process, and our rights. She brings to the table over 20 years project management from various industries and she applies these skills to everything she does under Stand4THEE.
For business coach, archetype reader, author and coach trainer, Beth Martens, her calling is a life or death thing. After a decade as a corporate VP in her family’s firm, 8 trips to India, and a 3-year battle with cancer 20 years ago, she used archetypes to save her life.
Today she helps truth lovers find their sacred purpose, be valued for their life’s work, and survive the ordeals of their Hero's Journey. As recovering feminist, she is passionate about hosting the King Hero's Journey podcast highlighting leaders, entrepreneurs, movement makers, and purveyors of the truth.