From the Czech Republic lets welcome Canadian expat Dan Johnston to the show. Dan is a former entrepreneur turned freelance author and life coach who now offers coaching services to people who are looking to overcome their fears and focus on their goals which, in turn, helps them develop their true physical and mental superpowers. Dan’s overseas experiences has permitted him to live in seven countries while at the same time publishing 12 uplifting and inspiring books.
We welcome this episode a native of Texas, Rick Monday. Rick is an emerging playwright and broadcaster who has been recognized and awarded for his contribution to radio broadcasting in his adopted home. Join us as we follow Rick down memory lane while, at the same time, taking a peek into his thoughts concerning the power and influence of the media.
As an educator in Taiwan I get to interact with a lot of friends and students from different backgrounds. Many of them go abroad for business, to sightsee or continue their education. A few of them have even decided to permanently live abroad to start a new life chapter. They obtained, both positive and negative, real-time life experiences using their second or sometimes third language to build relationships and pursue their dreams or goals.
When people see German expat Katharina traveling alone, they often ask her why she is traveling without her partner. This type of question is perplexing to her because men who travel alone are almost never asked this type of question. Could there be a bit of travel inequality that exists and if so why?
We welcome Jenna Davis, an incredible travel blogger and mom to be, on the show this episode. Originally from The Great White North, Toronto, Canada. Jenna is a sustainable travel blogger who has traveled to over 50 nations. She shares with us her overseas life story on an unseasonably hot summer’s day in Europe.