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Today we are going to talk about some generalities and in the coming months, we have scheduled interviews with people who are living life as ExPats. We will continue to schedule folks and maybe decide to focus on one country/area at a time....it is an open forum so we'll go with the flow just a bit. We're generally going to discuss the ups, downs and in betweens of making the choice to live such a different life.
This Morning we Speak with Long time Expat, Edith Jensen Westeröd who began her adventure years ago as a volunteer and never stopped... now a resident of Sweden she will share her experiences of living in Korea , traveling to Cambodia and retiring in her adopted country of Sweden with possible plans to move to SEA... I met Edith at the popular Retire Cheap Asia site .... Today we discuss as women what we have learned about the SEA retirement experience and how we both plan to ease into the transition...AND why it is desirable..
This week’s episode: BECOMING AN EXPAT Expats Post is being discovered by new readers every day. And because of that, this week’s special episode is all about helping you find your inner Expat. Expats Post WANTS YOU to become the writer you always wanted to be. Whether you are already a contributing force through a blog of your own, or any other form of media expression... Citizen Journalism, Poetry, Fiction, Art, Political Commentary, Media Watch... you name it,
My name is Megan Fitzgerald. I'm an expat and international career coach, founder of Career By Choice and your one-stop shop for all things related to international career success. On my blog I provide success tips (sign up for updates!) for current and aspiring expats interested in being a highly visible, sought-after expert or leader and successful abroad.
Specifically I write about personal branding, expat and international career management, building your brand online,
Are you about to move abroad? Would you like to know what it is like to live and work abroad? or Are you unemployed and want a change, but not sure what your options are....well maybe you should think about TEACHING overseas? This week on Expat Women of Color Radio we are talking to
Ever wondered why the Reptilian-Jesuits Axis keeps us around? After all, they could kill us right off, using nuclear weapons all over the world. Nope, that would poison their air, too. They could poison the water we drink and bathe in. Naw, that would poison their water supply, too. They could pollute the air we breathe. Nein, this would kill them, as well. So why do they keep us around? Simple: they need us. For what? .................... let's find out tonight. Give us a call... g
A very short show discribing the who,what,and why of the show. I might also be taking some calls from upcoming guests.
Tonights Co-Host: Dean Treadway of Filmicablity and Movie Geeks United.
What our guests have to say about being on the show:
Links to subjects talked about on the show:
Director Kim, Jee Woon
The Good The Bad The Weird:
When a gridlocked Congress shuttered vast sections of the federal government on Oct. 1 and furloughed 800,000 workers, its decision touched tourists in unexpected ways, from abruptly canceling a camping trip in a national park to foiling a destination wedding.
BUT what does it mean to the expat living outside the US and to the US citizen on an extended trip ......
Listen in for what we have been able to learn so far...
This is important because we are ultimately responsible for ourselves...
My guest, Laura Lee Carter shares her adventures with me. Isnt' it great to come through crises and challenges a stronger more creative person? That is what Laura Lee Carter, Midlife Crisis Queen has actualized. She is an author, blogger and almost exPat! Find our show from the summer here:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pialouise/2013/07/31/laura-lee-carter-midlife-crisis-queen Her books are available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Laura-Lee-Carter/e/B002BLND0U/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Midlife-Crisis-Queen/109945506760 twitter: http://www.twitter.com/midlifequeen
Heather Markel, BullBuster and founder of BullBuster Café®, offers small business owners food for thought to boost their potential via creative and individualized marketing strategies.
Both a certified life coach and an associate certified coach (ACC), she has gained valuable experience from her 21 years working in sales, marketing, and customer service. She speaks 6 languages and has lived, worked, and studied in 4 countries, which helped her develop a deep connection with Expatriates that continues to this day. Before starting The BullBuster Café, she ran Culture Transition Coaching to help Expats transition to new cultures. She then founded, and still leads, The Expat Coach Association and The Expat Coach Directory, both of which help to market and increase the exposure of Expat Coaches around the globe. In addition to a degree from George Washington University, focusing on International Relations, Heather studied at the London School of Economics, La Sorbonne, and Centro di Cultura Italiana in Italy. Her first business was Heather’s Handbags®, created roughly 10 years ago. She has served on the Board of Directors of The International Coach Federation since 2009, and recently became President of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce’s Business Referral Group (BRG1). She periodically volunteers with the ASPCA, and with Big Apple Greeter, giving foreign tourists a New Yorker’s perspective of The Big Apple.