A complete guide to building a world-class network when moving to a new city

*Click* I finally did it. A one-way ticket to Buenos Aires, Argentina. I had no idea how long I’d be living there for, no clue how I’d survive, and who I’d meet along the journey. I didn’t know how to speak Spanish, and I didn’t know a single soul living in South America — period. It was terrifying. If you’re reading this, you’ve probably thought about a career change that may involve living in a different city or even a different country around the world. Don’t worry you’re not alone in this. According to Wall Street Journal, the average American in the…

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