I did not know this! Did you know that nearly a third of the world drives on the left side of the road? Source: All 67 Countries That Drive On…Continue reading
Up to an estimated 40% of the US population could qualify for EU residency or citizenship by virtue of ancestry and “right of descent” immigration programs. Others can qualify to immigrate based on their job skills and youth. This gives those who can readily move between countries a “privilege” in the work world. Someone who can easily relocate for work, without needing special visas, has an advantage over those who do not.Continue reading
Mark Twain in The Innocents Abroad: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of…Continue reading
New immigration systems intend to digitize the border control process. Eventually, passport stamps will go away – and all will be digital, with access possibly verified by your fingerprint and…Continue reading
The new British PM, Rishi Sunak and his wife are both global citizens, with extensive global experience. Reminder: Global experience and knowledge is 100% required for any leadership position in business or government.Continue reading
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel “was born in Germany and holds American and New Zealand passports” is also applying for citizenship in Malta. Source: Peter Thiel, Major U.S. Political Donor, Is…Continue reading
How do so many young people afford to travel? The two predominate ways are (1) they really are funded by their parents, or (2) they save up for trips and travel whenever they can, spend their savings, and then return and go back to work.
They do not save for a distant future, because many think the future is bleak and there is no point to long term saving.Continue reading