Updated: May 27, 2019
I will listen to you for three minutes, three hours or maybe three months. I listen to you as long as you need to talk to. It doesn’t mean talking for a short amount of time is better. Or vice versa. There is nothing good or bad. Nothing is right or wrong. If you feel you talk enough after three minutes, that’s the best amount of time for you. And if you need to talk about your experiences and thoughts hours and hours, that’s what you need and that’s the best for you.
When you feel you talk enough, we move on to a next step. The step to move forward. In this stage, we discuss what you’d like to achieve, what your dream is and/or what kind of person you’d like to be. When you live overseas, sometimes options and availability might be limited. Or you might find it is hard finding resources you need. However, it is also possible that you can do something new, different and you couldn’t do at home. You might be able to meet people who have different opinions, values, experiences, points of views, and more!
Next, we will search how to reaching where you would like to be. We make an action plan together. One step at a time. Sometimes, you might feel hesitant, other times you might want to rush, whatever you feel, I will be next to you to support.
Is there any dream that you have for many years? What is in your “want to do” list but don’t know how to make it happen? What could be barriers and obstacles?
This will happen after listening.
If you are interested in talking about your expat life, concerns, challenges, and opportunities, please book a FREE session from here → https://www.interculturalcandc.com/book-online
I would love to hear your story.