How I Moved to Thailand, Retired Early, Found Love, Built a Mansion, Live Like a King on a Pension - and How You Can Too!, 2nd Edition
You'll want to follow along as the author moves from an old age home in America to a vibrant, exciting life in Thailand. He finds love (he's been married 15 years), has loads of fun, and truly does live like a King on a pension. Along the way he teaches you just how to do what he did. A bestseller in its first edition on Amazon, this updated second edition will bring you knowledge, and delight! More
In "How I Moved to Thailand", I share with you how the move enabled me to get "unstuck" from my old life and begin for the first time living my dreams- and I teach you how you can do the same. The change can be dramatic- and exciting! I went from just getting by to living like the rich. In place of my apartment in an old age home, I moved into a fancy $150 a month apartment with a city view, daily maid service, and 60 cable channels. I went from being alone and miserable to having 3 dates a day, many with the sort of young woman who wouldn't have given me the time of day back home.
I went from being isolated and cut off from society to being a busy and respected college teacher, with my main qualification being that I spoke English! And then I went from being alone, to dating and then finding the love of my life, who I have been married to for 15 wonderful years. Together, we built a mansion for the cost of a garage back home. And yes, I do live like a King on my pension!
All this is possible for you if you follow my example. You too can dramatically change your life, and I very much want to show you how. If you're not ready to make the move now, I encourage you to plan for it, and in the last part of the book, I present you with an action plan. Perhaps what you want is to find love, something that can seem impossible to find in the West but is easily founf in the East.
The first edition of this book has been a frequent bestseller on Amazon in the categories of solo and senior travel, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Far East travel. I hope this 2nd edition will be at least as successful and that it will make a big difference in your life.
5 Stars- and Worth Every One of Those Stars! After caring for his dying parents, Scott found himself bored and lonely and feeling trapped in their old age home. In desperation, he decided to move to Thailand. What followed should be an inspiration to every guy who dreams of love and getting a 2nd chance at life. Scott is an acquaintance and I know his story to be true. Highly recommended."
- Allan Pease, a popular Australian speaker and co-author of Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps.
"A fun read even if you never leave your armchair, though Scott's great story of living the dream in Thailand could be the one to change your life forever."
-Andrew Hicks, author of Thai Girl and My Thai Girl and I
Aurum, an Amazon UK reader
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading. A highly original, positive take on Thailand and Thai people.
How I moved to Thailand... is a uniquely positive, thoughtful and well-written book on a subject that has spawned dozens of published works. Worn down by life and relationships in the west - the author moves to Thailand in search of a new start. The vast majority of these books are cautionary tales as the author shares a litany of disasters and the reader is left with the feeling that they've dodged a bullet if they've never touched down in Bangkok. I spend at least 2 months every year in this bewitching country and - having read many of these books - I've invariably come to the conclusion that the author brought the issues on himself. There was a massive gap for a book that shows what can happen if you set about the transition in the right way. This book delivers that in spades. It works on many levels - you can instantly relate to the author's struggles to find a partner in the west - and he offers the recipe for how a guy with Jai dee (Thai for good heart) can revolutionise his life with a move to Thailand. If you buy any one book about Thailand and you are left with the feeling that it's a scary place - you have to read this one too as the (far more accurate) antidote. The author knows Thailand, he's lived there for years and this comes through on every page. Highly recommended.
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