Many travelers find themselves falling in love with their holiday destination, blissfully imagining moving there permanently. Katia Vlachos’ book A Great Move provides with a detailed and practical guide on how to prepare for your move abroad, how to settle in once you are there and fundamental concepts to think about before you decide to move, such as a ‘sense of home’.
Katia’s book A Great Move: How to Survive and Thrive in your Expat Assignment provides the principles and proven process you need to follow to make a successful international move. Principles such as the importance of knowing your concept of home, understanding the stages of transition, and taking into consideration the needs of everyone who moves, will equip you to with the right mindset for approaching every phase of the move. Today’s LID Publishing blog looks at Katia’s advice on how to keep and maintain relationships during the move.
This week A Great Move by Katia Vlachos was featured in The Financial Times’ Business books of the month in their June issue. Katie Vlachos’ book is available to buy from June 28th in the UK and online.
In the article, The Great Move is described as:
“…a coherent guide on how to plan, from mental prep to the complexity of packing. She also addresses wider issues, including how to deal with cultural shock and anxiety.”