Finding Home AbroadFinding Home Abroad: A guided journal for adapting to life overseas

Let’s be honest: expat life can be tough. Although exciting, exhilarating and enriching, it can also be one of the greatest challenges you face. Get the tools you need to succeed in this guided journal, created by Trisha Carter (cross cultural psychologist), and Rachel Yates (expatriate resource developer).

In a world where the rules are different, the environment unfamiliar and your support network far away, they will guide you through the process to a successful overseas relocation.

Whether this is your first, your fourth or your final move, you too can find your home abroad.

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“Finding Home Abroad encourages you to get to know your new location from the inside out, leaving assumptions behind. This guide is a gem – don’t leave home without it!” – Apple Gidley, Author, Expat Life: Slice by Slice, www.applegidley.com

“A must-have personal resource for first-time international assignees and their accompanying partners, a great complementary tool for any cross-cultural trainer or coach, and an invaluable resource for expats.” Anne-Claude Lambelet, Intercultural Competence & Career Development Coach, www.aclambelet-consulting.com

“Rooted in research but written for practitioners, Finding Home Abroad will be a huge help to those who use it, as well as their families and organizations.” – David A Livermore, thought leader in CQ and global leadership, Best-selling author, Cultural Intelligence: Improving Your CQ to Engage Our Multicultural World and Leading With Cultural Intelligence: The New Secret to Success, www.culturalq.com

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