Brandon Pearce: Finding Meaning in Life and Work
July 3, 2019 | Podcast, with kids
Brandon and his family have been traveling the world for 10 years now, and have recently set up home bases in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and Bali, Indonesia. In this episode we talk about how they’ve created the life they wanted, how finding meaning guides his decisions, their interest-led approach to educating their daughters, and lots more.
In this episode
- Building a one-hour-a-week business
- Creating the life they wanted as a family
- Choosing how to spend his time and energy
- The challenges of location independence for families
- Balancing exploration/adventure with community/stability
- Having a baby abroad
- And so much more
Resources we talked about
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- The New Global Student* by Maya Frost
- Nomadtopia Radio interview with Maya Frost
- The 4-Hour Workweek* by Timothy Ferriss
- Consular Report of Birth Abroad
- Nomadtopia Radio interview with Jay Malone about studying in Germany
- San Miguel de Allende property management: SMA Home Solutions
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