Join us for a walk during International Week of Conversation sponsored by Someone To Tell It To—an organization that focuses on listening to people and helping the entire world to listen.
On April 22nd, 2023 (Earth Day), we are inviting you to go for a walk—but not just an ordinary walk—a walk, talk, and listen experience. Invite a friend or a group to go for a walk on April 22nd – or the days surrounding that day. Anywhere, anytime, anyplace…wherever you are!
You can select a topic to talk about on your walk, choose from the list of questions we have provided, or just let the conversation flow. But while you are walking and talking—shift your focus a bit to actually listening to what others are saying.
“In every walk in nature one
receives far more than (they) seek.”
– John Muir
We believe that listening can help to bridge the divides in politics, in business and industry, in education, in healthcare, in religion, in all aspects of society, and in all human relationships, in general.
By listening, you will be helping to bridge those divides, and to diminish the loneliness and disconnection all around us. You will be helping the world to listen.
There’s something uniquely sacred about sharing a walk with someone – whether it be a silent walk around a hospital while waiting for important news, or an escape from the busyness of life to get some fresh air and a new perspective, or an amiable hike with friends or family on a beautiful day.
We invite you to join us!
— The Someone To Tell It To Team
We encourage you to download these resources and use them to connect while you spend time outside together!
30 Questions to get you talking!
30 Things to find outside together!
10 Tips for Connecting
10 Tips to help you listen better on your walk!
Donate to help sponsor individuals to go through our training. $250 will pay for one person to participate in our training. With your gift we can continue to help the world to listen.
“I had worked very very hard and thought I was a good listener, for my 38 years of being in business. This training blew me away, the level and depth of the listening I wasn’t doing.”