Our success begins in our mind. I believe that wholeheartedly and I loved this discussion I had with Lawrence Chi, the owner of the Expat Compass, about the mindset or at least the behaviors associated with various mindsets, that set the successful expats apart from those who fail or just don’t get into a good […]
Expatriation on a global scale is becoming more and more competitive and if you’ve been listening to all the other shows in this series with Lawrence Chi, the owner of the Expat Compass, you should know why! The expat life is amazing! So how can you successfully market yourself for an international role? Where should […]
Not all job opportunities are created equal, and assessing your current skill match to a position’s requirements and navigating your future needs can be a tough process of discernment to wade through from your home country—especially if you don’t know the right questions to ask. I sat with Lawrence Chi, the owner of The Expat […]
#249 Future Expat Beware: Four Things You Need To Consider Before Taking That Assignment, with Lawrence Chi
Living abroad… there’s nothing quite like it! The highs are high, tiny successes fuel us for days and there’s limitless adventure around every corner. And yet, of course, if the highs are high, then the lows are low. And with those successes come challenges like most of us have never experienced in our home nations. […]
American citizens, in particular, face rather interesting challenges when it comes to living abroad and managing their finances. FATCA and tax reporting can make some people (yours truly included!) go batty! What exactly is the foreign income exclusion act? How does FATCA affect you? Should American citizens be investing while abroad at all? Is your […]
Driven by purpose, Cindy found her calling and moved from corporate American to the not-for-profit sector just last year as the CEO for Chunhui Children’s Foundation. In this episode, Cindy shares her transition from the executive fast track to leading one of China’s most recognized NGOs, the importance of a personal mission statement and how […]
Money management, despite being one of life’s most important skills, is hardly touched upon in our schools. In this episode, installment 4 with personal wealth manager Trey Archer, we talk strategies for helping our kids become financially literate. No matter how old your kids are, tune in to hear some tips and tricks for teaching […]
As expats working in China, what options are out there for us to manage any extra RMB we have our hands? What’s the risk of having too much local currency? And what implications does the devaluation of the yuan have on our hard-earned cash? In this episode, installment 3 with personal wealth manager Trey Archer, […]
Feel like you’re working REALLY hard to make a life in China work? Have you had any push back or challenges that seem insurmountable to your continued growth or success here? If so, you aren’t alone! In this show with Vanessa Narvios, head of the Operations division of China Sports Promotions, organizers of high-end boxing […]
Sustaining studying and living expenses for an Ivy League education can cost in the ballpark of $80,000 a year. For those of us with children, if we want to be in a financial situation to help lessen their load, we must, must, must start early and save for their education. In this show with with […]
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