Just a couple of weeks ago, Eugene introduced us to this crazy cool global movement that had been gaining some serious traction around the globe, I TALK TO STRANGERS. The brilliance lies in its simplicity… Read More
As you know, BlackBerry smartphones have some be-in-class messaging capabilities and Robbie Stokes, Jr. is using them to do some powerful things – one stranger at a time.. Read More
His “Talk to Strangers” initiative is a budding motivational movement, which Stokes is chronicling on his website and for a documentary and book.“Some of the people I’ve met at random, in the most random scenarios, turned into good friends,” said Stokes.
Robbie Stokes, Jr., a 2010 graduate from Florida State University, traveled the world to challenge such a theory. He has also spent the last two years filming a video-blog documentary and is in the process of writing a book called Talk to Strangers. Read More
Robbie Stokes, Jr. is turning 25 this month, and he’s embarked on a quest. The young man is a graduate of FSU who works at Destination D.C., and in the last two months, he launched a one-man campaign to encourage us to talk to more strangers. Read More
Robbie Stokes, founder of the I Talk To Strangers movement, is hosting a community event, Peace Jam Summer Concert, sponsored by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.