Rob Weider – How to Settle Quickly In A New Country by Olufisayo May 8, 2018 published by Olufisayo May 8, 2018 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappEmail Related Articles 4 Reasons Personal Boundaries Are Essential as an... July 18, 2023 Vijay Eswaran Explores Malaysia’s Role as a Strategic... June 29, 2023 The Road to Financial Success – Tips for... June 23, 2023 A Comprehensive Guide to TIG Welding May 23, 2023 Why Work in Health Care? 3 Reasons to... March 20, 2023 3 Reasons Authenticity is Important in Leadership February 28, 2023 5 Effective Hacks to Run Your Ecommerce Business... February 15, 2023 Should I Use a Windfall to Pay Off... December 5, 2022 5 Ways to Hire & Scale Quickly for... November 30, 2022 What the Sport of Ping Pong Taught Me... November 15, 2022 4 comments Tom May 8, 2018 - 3:16 PM Love this articles. I recentley moved country and found that joining the local football team meant I instantly had a group of friends that liked slimier stuff to me. They were all more then happy to show me the town and answer any questions i had. Thanks for sharing this article! I’m sure it will help lots of people. Derrick Billbourough May 8, 2018 - 3:22 PM There is no substitution for learning a countries language. It shows you’re ready to embrace the culture and really helps break down barriers. That’s obviously easier in some countries then others! I moved to Spain 3 years ago with my wife and after an initial period where we were ready to pack our bags and go home! we are not (almost!) fluent and could not be happier. Thanks Rob Weider for the article. i look forward to reading your next blog post. Derrick Tim Wright May 8, 2018 - 5:19 PM Great stuff Rob Weider thanks for posting. Where are you living? I’m an expat in Hong Kong and have found it such a culture shock. How to Empower Your Wife with the Right Health Insurance Plan December 19, 2019 - 2:57 PM […] live in a country where women put their family’s interests above their own. This is the reason that the number of […] Comments are closed.