In today's episode, host Marc Clair welcomes writer, consultant and founder of the Borderless Blog and Podcast, James Guzman! James describes how he first caught the liberty and travel bugs, and how he found him seeking a life outside the borders of the United States. Marc and James discuss why everyone - regardless of their political persuasion - should consider traveling and even living abroad. They discuss the benefits of moving abroad as a strategy to achieve greater personal liberty as opposed to committing to remaining in a particular geographic area in spite of the political situation.
James and Marc discuss some of the different roles police play and how they are viewed by the public in other countries vs the United States. James addresses some common objections to moving abroad, and why the "New American Dream" of a cushy job in Silicon Valley isn't all it's cracked up to. Finally, James touches on some of the most popular destinations abroad for American expats.
In the Last Roar (34:09), Marc touches on his own experiences traveling overseas, and encourages listeners with some advice to follow suit.
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John Daubert, editing and mastering (check out his work here)
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