An ENFP’s Perspective: A Lot More Slow is Steady - 4S1F92
There are many different reasons why people of all ages and personality types take the plunge to explore living abroad. Their explorations may take them to places that are not only far from their home nation and the people they love , but also lead them to unforgettable and priceless experiences that they will cherish until the day they have to leave this pale blue dot in space.
I am happy to welcome Dan Johnston to the podcast. Dan is a fellow podcaster and former entrepreneur turned freelance author and life coach.
Dan offers coaching services to people who are looking to overcome their fears, focus on their goals which, in turn, helps them develop their true physical and mental superpowers.
So far Dan’s overseas experiences has permitted him to live in seven countries while at the same time publishing 12 uplifting and inspiring books.MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
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