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Discovering Opportunities Worth Pursuing

Many entrepreneurs fleeing the States or their respective countries are looking for opportunities worth pursuing. In many cases, these entrepreneurs need only to look for unsolved problems causing frustration for the largest number of people, and then - in some way alleviate those frustrations -  to be successful. 

This principle is another way of putting into practice a principle we use here at FleeAmerica.com: the key to success is making others successful.

Locating the Courage to Relocate

For most of us, to find the courage to relocate to a different, even a strange country, with a different culture, a different language, to be among people unlike ourselves, who think differently, to be far from those things familiar, we have to dig deep within ourselves.

Exporting U.S. Airport Security Tactics to South Korea?

An unsettling and disturbing occurence happened to me this week while going through the pre-flight security check at the Gimhae- Busan airport in South Korea: I was singled out from among predominately Asian passengers for a more thorough check. When I asked why I was being asked to "come with me," I was told it was because I had not taken off my belt or my shoes.

A Typical American

Found this lament on this website: is this the typical American baby boomer?

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