“Being a nerd, which is to say going too far and caring too much about a subject, is the best way to make friends I know.” — Sarah Vowell
This. Is. My. Life.
Who is with me?
I know this is totally obvious but one of the things I care immensely about is how people experience their lives abroad, and how successful they are living and working across cultures.
Does this passion go too far? Well, my special guest today may have hinted to that in this special surprise interview.
There are three weeks left of 2018 so let’s end strong with a powerful 3-part expert interview series. I am excited to kick off the series with an award-winning intercultural scholar, teacher and author.
Dr. Kris Acheson is also the incoming Director of the Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment, and Research at Purdue University, a premier institution in West Lafayette, IN, USA.
Kris and I are not only colleagues, I have the honor to call her a friend. Caring too much, perhaps, is what connects us.
In this episode, Swinging on the Intercultural Pendulum with Dr Kris Acheson, we share something we have been working on in the background since 2012. You will:
- Be the very first to learn about something game changing we’ve just made public
- Learn how a pendulum can reframe your own ups and downs across cultures
- Identify your magnets, swings, and anchors (and why that’s critical to your happiness and success abroad).
- And more!
For those of you who are visual learners, you’ll want to download this free guide before you listen.
Want to get the original research? Check it out here.
Want more intercultural resources? Here’s a hub you don’t want to miss.
Find out who’s next by listening in next week!