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Allow some time for these to develop. To succeed as an expat, you need to be comfortable with the idea of independence and self-reliance. You will likely be spending more time alone than you are used to. You will not have ready access to those friends and professional advisors to whom you have traditionally turned in times of trouble or crisis. You will find yourself needing to solve problems for yourself, which is something that not everyone is accustomed to doing. The reverse side of this is that, in time, you will indeed create a new circle of friends and new support networks, both among other expats and local citizens.
The reasons why a person is motivated to take a job in a foreign country almost always fall into one of three categories: 1. Professional. Career advancement, career expansion, job promotion, more money, increased knowledge of international markets, professional development, résumé enhancement, and building an international network are the most common reasons. 2. Inquisitive. Personal (or family) growth, interest in expanding your personal experiences, interest in expanding your knowledge of the world, adventure, and desire to experience new and different challenges are the reasons that most often lead to success.
Even when dealing with a foreign national who speaks fluent English, good communication can be difficult. This is 12 The New American Expat complicated even more by the fact that many people you meet will indeed speak and understand English reasonably well, but not nearly as well as you imagine. It is thus imperative that you as an expat develop good communication skills. You will have to focus on these skills much more than was ever required in the United States—it must become almost an obsession for you.