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Ep 21 Walking to Listen With Andrew Forsthoefel

WHEN I HEARD THAT ANDREW HAD TAKEN THIS 4,000 MILE WALK ACROSS AMERICA, I THOUGHT HE COULD BE DIRECT FROM CENTRAL CASTING ACTING OUT THE JOURNEY OF THE PROTAGONIST IN MY BOOK THE MOSAIC

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When Andrew graduated college, he had no idea what he was supposed to do next and so he set out on a walk across America with the intention to listen to the people he met along the way to have them share their guidance with him.

Listen to the stories he tells and the lessons he learned along the way and how the whole experience “gentled him”. I could tell you more, but it is better to hear it all come out in the context of our conversation.

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