Put down your clever (Case Study #10)

What does your ideal global life look like? That’s the question Sabrina and I have been asking people around the world for our Living Your Ideal Global Life case studies. In the weeks leading up to the virtual Living Your Ideal Global Life Summit in January 2014 (register for this free event below!) we’ll release a new case study each week.

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There’s so much wisdom in Patti’s #GlobalLife2014 case study. I’m not going to say more than that because I don’t want to spoil anything.

Now, click play and watch Patti’s case study. Seriously. Now.

About Patti Digh (http://37days.com) …”If the Buddha had two kids, a dog named Blue, a Southern accent, and a huge crush on Johnny Depp, his name would be Patti Digh,” wrote one reviewer about Patti’s book, Life Is a Verb: 37 days to Wake Up, Be Mindful and Live Intentionally. Through her writing, teaching and speaking, Patti helps others open space in their lives in order to love well, live fully, let go deeply, and make a difference.

If you enjoy Patti’s case study please share it. And be sure to sign up to attend the free and online Summit in January so you can hear more from Patti. What she shares in her case study is just the tip of the global life iceberg!

Check out the rest of the case study videos here.

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We’ve got an amazing line up of speakers – like Patti- who will address all facets of living a global life. The entire event will be online and free (we’ll post access details closer to the event). Reserve your spot now and stay updated!

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About the Author: Dr. Cate Brubaker

Dr. Cate Brubaker is on a mission to make re-entry after living abroad a positive, transformational force (even when it’s not easy…especially when it’s not easy)! Cate is the author of the Re-Entry Roadmap workbook and the Study Abroad Re-entry Toolkit. Cate has lived in Germany, worked and traveled in 37 countries on four continents, and has helped all kinds of globetrotters successfully navigate global transitions for over 20 years.

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