Going Wild With Communication
There are two important qualities I look for in people who are really successfully mentoring & guiding others to connect deeply with nature.
#1 – They consistently focus on going deeper with their own observations & awareness skills with plants, trees, bird language, forest ecology, tracking, etc…
#2 – They’re highly skilled at communication…
Now, this may come as a bit of a surprise, but it really does hold true for all stages of the nature connection journey.
I consistently find that students who communicate their observations about plants, trees, bird language, forests, tracking, etc… really do progress to much deeper levels than students who practice in isolation.
And especially if you’re someone who is working to start a nature school, running programs or retreats sharing nature with others, one of the really core things is to actually get people showing up for your classes!
This is all about communication… It’s about building personal relationships and growing a community of people that you are uniquely suited to work with and serve.
So wouldn’t it be cool if there were some simple guidelines to help us navigate the complex world of modern human relationships and communicate with greater impact?
That’s what we’re talking about today on the ReWilding Conversations Podcast.
This is a special episode because Dave and I had our first guest on the show, Christina Kann.
Christina is a publicist for the organization that published Dave’s children’s book. We had lots of great conversation with insights and steps you can take to hone your communication skills.