The Expat Files Show # 812 – Sunday, December 2, 2018
#1- The “Black” American experience in Latin American –PART 1
Judging by the number of emails that come in on the subject, people want to know what it’s like for astute Black Americans who act on their “Plan B” and get out of dodge. Do they have the same “gringo advantage” going for them as White American gringos?
#2- Sign up for Johnny Mueller’s January 2019 “Expat Insider Seminar” taking place in Central America from Saturday, January 5th through Friday January 11th. See the signup details by visiting www.TheNewExpat.com and clicking on the Seminar link
#3-We all love dogs right?
Today we discuss everything you need to know about having a dog, and the thing you absolutely need to know about the types of dogs you see in homes and on the streets of Latin America.
#4- The “Gringo Advantage” strikes again!
Today we have more amazing stories and situations proving the point that Americans automatically gain 2 or 3 points on the “10 scale” the minute they step foot in Latin America. However, do note that particular “Cinderella effect” diminishes the closer you are to the “gringo” tourist trail.
#5- A certain special “Kindness to strangers” is always on the menu 24/7 in Latin America:
This “boots on the ground” story proves it…
#7- Some very smart “under the radar” phone privacy steps that phone and internet companies don’t want you to know about.
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#9- Johnny’s new “Expat Essentials Course” is a blueprint for your “Plan B” and the best way kick-start your exit plan before getting boots on the ground in Latin America. Check out the free intro video to the course now at www.theexpatfiles.com/academy
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