10 Jun How to improve your mental health by meeting strangers
This video summarizes the challenges and outcomes of the Talk2MorePeople Project. This was a personal challenge to meet a new stranger every day for a full year. It concluded on April 12, 2017 and was transformational. There are countless examples of how my life was improved (and continues to improve) through these random conversations.
But the greatest result is seeing all of the new connections that have come from this journey. The new connections that no longer involve me. Situations where I was just the medium for two energies to come together and for those two former strangers to start creating together.
That is what I believe true connection to be and it was an honour to facilitate some of that over this past year.
So do yourself a life-serving favour, and Talk2MorePeople.
Tony Esteves is an international speaker, MC, facilitator and performer who brings play back into the workplace. He is a published author and a performer with Le Cirque de la Nuit – a Calgary based circus. Tony has recently concluded his 1 year social experiment called, Talk2MorePeople. This project aims to illustrate and prove the value of meeting new people through face-to-face conversations. Here is an article from CBC Radio about the project.
Connect with Tony for a meaningful face-to-face conversation.