I talk a lot about moving out of your country and living abroad, both full time and part time. At the same time, I realize that perhaps 90% of my readership, if not more, is likely to never actually move out of their country. Moving out of your country, regardless of its tremendous benefits, is a difficult and complicated process. Moving out of your country under a five flags model is even more complicated.
I don’t want anyone to feel like if you don’t ever move out of your country that you’re screwed, or that you aren’t Alpha 2.0, or whatever. It’s certainly true that, at least in my opinion, moving out of the Western world at some point in the next decade or two is the most secure way to live financially, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only way to find any level of security or freedom.