Survive And Thrive In Mexico
With monthly live coaching and mentoring to hold your hand throughout the journey.
I help people move to Mexico in an 8-week intensive course, providing detailed help and information to guide them every step of the way. I also help people find meaningful work to sustain themselves financially so they can live in Mexico - or anywhere they choose.
What I discovered after teaching each course is that just information is not enough. People need help and support, someone to talk with, and exchange ideas with, and a community to provide guidance and encouragement in the sometimes scary process of reinventing your life overseas.
The process of moving to Mexico often takes much longer than just 8 weeks. It could take months, even years, to plan and execute each step to move confidently and with clarity.
That's why I created the Survive And Thrive in Mexico Community - to provide them - and you - the support to achieve the transformation so yearned for.
To thrive in your new home, you need to learn understand the culture and appreciate the differences, navigate the ins and the outs of your new home country, and create a network to help you deal with the fear and frustration that comes from dealing with the unknown.
There is a process involved in moving to - and happily living in - a foreign country. And while the benefits can be huge, so can the challenges.
Moving to a Mexico can be scary, lonely, and full of risk if you do it without a support community to guide you throughout the process.
You will be confronted with dozens of unknows, lots of questions and doubts, second guesses, and confusion and uncertainty.
It's natural. It's part of the process.
There are a whole series of finite steps to plan and execute your move to your new dream location. And I teach them in my Move To Mexico Now 8-week training course.
But there's a lot more involved in moving, settling in, and thriving in your new home. It includes having the right skillset, mindset, and toolset to make your transition successful. It involves learning the culture so you can understand the cultural differences - the different ways things are done or thought about.
It includes learning about your new home country, and about the foods, music, history, language, and so much more. And the tiny day-to-day aspects of how life is lived overseas so you can have a realistic perception of how life in Mexico will be like.
And it's about the resources to help you survive, thrive, and live well and happily.
That's where this community can help.
They will share their experiences, insights, suggestions, and mistakes - so you don't make the same ones.
Some are just getting started like you. Others are part of the way through the process. And a number of "graduates" who have already moved will serve a mentors and sounding boards and give you insight and encouragement along the way.
And you will be led on this journey by Diane Huth, who has moved to 4 different foreign countries, most recently returning to her beloved Mexico as a permanent resident.
It was the best thing I have ever done for myself.
It literally saved my life, and embarked me on a journey of rebirth and adventure and pure unbridled joy!
It wasn't easy, and I made a lot of mistakes, and lost money along the way, and incurred unnecessary expenses. But I learned from my mistakes, and moved along to a place of contentment and happiness.
So many people asked me HOW I was able to achieve my dreams. So I wrote a book to take them on the decision-making journey so they could see if a move to Mexico might be right for them.
When the course ended, my students begged me to keep up the monthly coaching and mentoring calls, which resulted in the launch of this membership community to keep the excitement and support flowing.
Those early students form the founding members of this group, as they progress on their journey, which generally takes 6 to 12 months to complete. Some have moved already and are well settled in their new home in paradise. Several have completed a month-long Beta Test, to test the waters before taking the plunge. Others have made multiple trips to Mexico, and are planning retirement or part time work to ease the transition. Several are just now getting their residency visas. Others are still waiting for the time to be right to make their move.
All these people, along with new members as they join, will form your support group to provide you with the help and insight you need as you embark on your journey.
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And it will save you so much time and money!
You can choose to go it alone, and get cheated $1,200 on rent and deposit for your first apartment - like I did. (I learned what the best landlords are and how to get a great deal on rent that will save you hundreds every month - the hard way!)
Or you can try to get your visa on your own, like a couple from Canada did, requiring 3 different trips to the consulate more than an 8-hour drive away from their home in rural Canada. After the second $1,000 trip, they finally hired an immigration specialist I recommended to book their appointments at the consulate, and it worked like a charm.
Or you can ask questions to all the expat groups, and try to sort your way through differing answers, snarky trolls, and disparaging comments, while trying to make sense of the conflicting and often irrelevant answers. If you do that, you may find that the questions you didn't know to ask were more important than the ones you did ask, and learn the important information too late.
You can stay in the group for as long or as short of a time as you wish.
And you get to keep your copy of my book!
$29 is a very small price to pay for that kind of peace of mind!