What it's like to want it all, to be able to live in 2 worlds at once? Like several other people who I've spoken with,, Gabe Clermont often feels like he's rooted in two worlds: His hometown of New York, and the place where he's been able to thrive professionally. In part 2 of our conversation, we touch on the challenges that feeling at home in multiple places can present. What does it mean to be a New Yorker at heart, but not feel like he has opportunity there? And why does he miss one city while he's in the other? Is he living an "overseas story," or a "migration story?" Is he living overseas because he's mission-driven, or has he been called to it? And at our core, what makes somebody want to make such a leap in the first place?

  • NOTE: Check out episode #19 to hear my interview with Tanya Crossman to learn more about the 50 million people who live overseas and intend to return to their places of origin.
 
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