Is Living Abroad Right for You?
You can watch a replay of the webinar here!
Wondering if living abroad is the right choice for you and your family?
Curious about the challenges you’ll face when moving, living, and working abroad?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, then this webinar is for you!
During this webinar replay, David McNeill, Expat Empire’s Founder and Managing Director, explains how to figure out if living abroad is a good match for your situation and personality. Some of the topics covered include:
- The best aspects of living abroad and why people choose to do it
- The most difficult aspects of living abroad that you’ll have to become comfortable dealing with
- Which personality traits make for a great expat or nomad (and which ones will not be a good match for living abroad)
- What to do next if you still want to try living abroad
This video replay also includes the Q&A session after the presentation where the participants asked David their questions about moving, living, and working abroad!
About David McNeill
As the Founder and Managing Director of Expat Empire, David McNeill is inspiring people to move abroad and helping them do it.
Originally from the United States, he’s been living abroad permanently since 2014 and has traveled to nearly 60 countries so far. David’s passion for living abroad was cultivated through his studies of the Japanese language beginning at the age of 12. He studied finance and Japanese at the University of Texas at Austin and the National University of Singapore. Upon graduating, he began his career in investment banking and then transitioned into software product management in the San Francisco Bay Area. During his first product management role, he was offered the opportunity to work at the company’s Beijing office for three months, which reignited his desire to live abroad for the long term.
Six months after returning from China, David received a job offer in Tokyo and finally achieved his dream of living in Japan. After spending two years in Tokyo, he moved to Berlin for 3 years, where he met his wife Natsumi. Together, they moved to Porto, Portugal in 2019, where they live with their cat Ariel.