Author: Elisa Bernick
Summary: What’s it like living in another country? People have been fascinated by the topic for millennia, accounting for best sellers from Herodotus to Mayle and Mayes. While many readers are satisfied with a vicarious experience, a growing number want to live it for themselves. Elisa Bernick offers readers the book she wished she’d had when she and her husband and children were planning their 18-month family sabbatical. Source: amazon.com
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Summary: Do you wish you could live abroad? Where would you go? What would you do once you got there? Whether your dream is to escape your current life, become a globetrotter, explore new career paths or just enjoy life elsewhere, this book is for you.
In this book, you will learn to:
• Plan and be prepared for what comes next
• Adjust to your new life and settle in smoothly
• Recognize and understand cultural differences
• Make successful decisions while on your new journey
• Live life without regrets thinking, “if only I had done it”
EXPLORE. DREAM. DISCOVER.
Have fun, smile, and just GO!
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Author: Lisa Webb
Summary: Whether you’ve made the leap abroad yourself, or you’re simply curious about what it’s like to set up life in a foreign country, Once Upon An Expat will not disappoint. With brave tales of life outside the comfort zone, the contributing authors will have you craving adventure as they share stories from their not-so-ordinary lives around the world. These stories will transport you to the streets of Libya, boulangeries in France, a hospital in Kazakhstan, and a strange situation in a Saudi Arabian security office. Through the pages of this book, laugh your way through crazy family adventures in a tropical jungle and share in the sorrow of grieving from afar. Discover how to get a perfect Brazilian body, go falconing in the Middle East, and take away insight on being raised abroad from a Dutch doctor born in an African bush camp. Join us on this journey and along the way meet a tribe of global souls who together make up this heartwarming and at times hilarious anthology. Source: amazon.com
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Summary: Real stories and advice to help you succeed – written with you in mind! This book provides advice and tips for those who have decided to move to another country to follow a dream or to reach a goal. It is brought to life by stories and experiences of people who have happily moved abroad. The author explains each stage of this journey in detail and helps you to understand the emotions involved in moving and how to plan the practical side of your trip too. It’s a book that’s easy to read, funny and very informative. Source: amazon.com
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Author: G.T. Donnellan
Summary: Becoming an expat is both exciting and terrifying. Will I fit in? Will I make friends and understand the culture? Will I like it there, and most importantly, if I don’t, what can I do? Expat Life: New Beginnings is a go-to resource for all those considering a permanent or semi-permanent move abroad. This is not a guidebook, rather a companion that demystifies the emotional impact of expat living with honesty and clarity. The author offers first-hand insight into the many facets of expat life, both good and bad. She has worked and lived in sub-Saharan Africa, the megacities of Asia, the wilds of central Europe, and just about everywhere in between. She draws on the experiences of other expats she has met on her journey, all with their own unique, often heartfelt, perspectives. All new beginnings start with you. – Source: Amazon.com
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Author: Jean-Luc Cendrin
Summary: Vous avez envie de partir vivre à l’étranger ? Votre employeur vous propose une mobilité internationale. Comment vous assurer que ce choix de carrière vous convient et mettre toutes les chances de succès de votre côté ? Pour y parvenir, l’ouvrage S’expatrier en toute connaissance de cause de Jean-Luc Cerdin vous propose un véritable programme de ” coaching ” à l’expatriation. Issu de recherches récentes, cet ouvrage vous accompagne, étape par étape, dans la construction de votre projet de mobilité internationale. Grâce à des quiz d’auto-évaluation, vous pourrez évaluer votre aptitude à l’expatriation et engager des pistes d’actions concrètes pour bien vous préparer. Le site web dédié ” L’expatriation : préparez votre projet de mobilité internationale ! ” vous offrira en complément une palette de ressources et d’outils (témoignages d’expatriés, conseils pratiques, adresses utiles) pour affiner votre projet. A l’issue de cet ouvrage, vous pourrez ainsi répondre aux questions suivantes : suis-je fait pour l’expatriation ? Ai-je intérêt à partir et sous quelles conditions ? Quelles sont mes chances de succès ? Comment les optimiser ? A l’inverse quelles sont mes zones de risques ? Comment les limiter ? – Source: Amazon.com
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