Re-Entry Reality: the IDI, literature & crepes

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I’ve got another Re-Entry Reality podcast for you!

The goal of these interviews is to share a range of re-entry experiences. I ask everyone the same 5 questions – you can read them here.

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Would you like to share your re-entry experience? Contact me – I’d love to talk with you.

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SethChicagoSeth Fisher is a recent college grad and colleague of mine at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Since Seth lived in France for two years and was going through re-entry when he started working with me at UNC, I thought he’d be a great person to interview.

In this podcast, Seth shares how taking the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) helped him prepare for his second re-entry experience, why literature is a fantastic re-entry resource, and why re-entry is like a French crepe.

You can listen to Seth’s Re-Entry Reality by clicking on the player below or by clicking on the link below. (This podcast will be in iTunes very soon!)

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About the Author: Cate Brubaker

Cate helps travelers, expats, teachers, and students relaunch themselves into their ideal global lives after being abroad at SmallPlanetStudio.com.

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