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Raising “And” Kids (Case Study #8)

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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I’m really excited for you to meet Pamela Slim (www.escapefromcubiclenation.com), one of our Living Your Ideal Global Life Summit speakers, and an award-winning author, speaker and leader in the new world of work. In 2005, she started the Escape from Cubicle Nation blog, which is now one of the top career and business sites on the web. She has coached thousands of budding entrepreneurs, in businesses ranging from martial art studios to software start ups.
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In this case study, Pam shares how she got started living a global life (we studied abroad in high school with the same exchange program!), what her global life looks like now living in Arizona with her Navajo husband and two “and” kids. Pam also shares some insightful tips for others wanting to live a global life.
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We’ve got an amazing line up of speakers – like Pam – 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 Author

Hello, I'm Dr. Cate Brubaker! Are you a returnee who has been surprised to find your return "home" harder than going abroad? I created the Re-entry Roadmap workbook just for you. If you work with returnees, I'm here to help you with innovative resources and training that will make it easier to provide meaningful support for your returnees.