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The Campfire Project – connect and chat with other men and women around the world – Alan Stevens.

Alan Stevens is the creator of the #WeTogether initiative and The Campfire Project, which is a safe place for men and women to give themselves permission to tell their stories. To share their experiences and wisdom from around the world. He has had all ages from 9 to 99 chat at the campfire. Alan is an international profiling and communications specialist and is regularly featured on National TV, Radio and in the World’s Press. He profiles leading politicians, TV and sports stars , even Britain’s Royalty. He’s been referred to by the Herald as the mentalist meets Dr Phil.

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