Tag Archives: Expatriate

Become an Ugly Expat in 12 easy steps


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders You’re probably familiar with the expression “Ugly American,” a pejorative and stereotypical term for US expatriates who alienate the locals with their loud and disrespectful behaviour. Anne Egros‘s insight: I have been an expat … Continue reading

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Are “Transnationals” The New Global Executives ?


I just read this interesting article about the impact of globalization on education and job market and the rise of the ‘transnationals”.  With globalization, doing business across multiple countries simultaneously is the new normal for global executives who must have international experience … Continue reading

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7 Most Common Thinking Errors Expatriates Make


I am going to focus mainly on people moving abroad or expatriates going back home but the theory applies to anybody experiencing  emotional stress when moving to unknown environments. During  big life changes, we experience stress, overload, or threat and often lose control of … Continue reading

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Moving Overseas? Don’t Make Big Decisions Under pressure!


If you are an expatriate moving abroad this summer, chances are high that you are under great pressure and stress. You have made the decision to relocate few months ago, although it feels like years. Your partner is already working in your future … Continue reading

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Graduation Day In America From An Expat Perspective


We have been living for just 11 months in an affluent small town in New Jersey too far from New York City to be international. If I want to go to the City it takes me a good 90 minutes by … Continue reading

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Transition Fitness For Expats: 5 Facts To Know For Embracing Healthy Eating


 Do you know how to lose weight and stay fit during transitions ?   Are you confused by contradicting information about dieting versus healthy eating ? Do you have difficulties to adapt to new foods when moving to a new country?  … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why Expat Women Make Such Great Networkers


There is no recipe to make an expatriation a great moment in your life but meeting new people from totally different backgrounds in term of culture, profession, religion, social status,  is one of the best things about living abroad. Of … Continue reading

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