Interviewing Traci Ruble on What She Has Learned Listening on a Sidewalk

Interviewing Traci Ruble on What She Has Learned Listening on a Sidewalk

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“Could you imagine, if we could disagree and still feel like we belong to each other at the same time?” —Traci Ruble

Sidewalk Talk started in the Fall of 2014, with a vision: to help heal that which divides us through the fine art of skilled listening and two psychotherapists who gathered 26 of their colleagues, practiced listening skills and came up with a curriculum and model for listening on the sidewalks together. Today Sidewalk Talk has over 4000 volunteers world- wide, chapters in over 40 cities and 12 countries around the globe, and are 100% volunteer led with a shared mission of “changing the world one heart-centered conversation at a time.”

One day not too long ago Traci, whom I’ve never met in real life but have had the opportunity to develop a powerful online friendship with, contacted me and said that while she was listening to a Connectfulness Practice podcast episode and wandering through the woods, she had a thought. “Maybe I should talk about why I am doing this podcast on the podcast.” And so Traci invited me to come on her podcast, Sidewalk Talk, and interview her. I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to share this delicious conversation with you

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Interviewing Traci Ruble on What She Has Learned Listening on a Sidewalk

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