Expats and Travelers to Distant Lands

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I recently ran across poll results reported by St. John’s International School in Waterloo, Belgium, regarding “Three personality traits every expat should have to be successful”.

I thought it may be fun to add the same poll here to see if the results are the same as were published. Join me in learning about what you think the three personality traits every expat should have to be successful.

Please find poll below and pick three traits:

Best wishes on your journey,

Constance Citalan

PS. To date there have been 196 votes! Thank, please continue to vote!

About St. John’s International School

International School in Waterloo, Belgium, providing an English-speaking education based on Christian values to more than 900 students from 60 countries.

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4 thoughts on “Expats and Travelers to Distant Lands

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  3. What an interesting subject! It probably depends on which country you are moving to. For anyone considering living in Mexico, I would definitely put “flexible” on top of the list (and create a new point: “patient”…)
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Interesting and yes, I agree, living abroad takes a certain kind of person.

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