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Resilient Relocation

The User's Profile Chris Martenson September 21, 2019
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Executive Summary

  • When relocation makes sense (and when it doesn’t)
  • Developing the vision & plan for your relocation destination
  • Creating community
  • Which incentives will drive success

If you have not yet read Part 1: The Importance Of A Resilient Life, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

In a little over a week from now, on September 29th, around 25 people will be coming over to my house to discuss resilience.

We’re specifically going to be discussing where to go and where to live.  In my case, I’ve decided to move to New Hampshire.  I like its low taxes (no state income or sales taxes).  I like its low population, which is small enough that I can imagine actually having some sort of an impact on state legislation.

I like the rural landscape, and the many natural wonders to explore.  I like the state motto and its Second Amendment friendly laws (or lack thereof, really).

There’s a pro and a con to be made for every location on earth, and for every state in the union.  I’m not here to promote New Hampshire over where you happen to live or plan to be living.  I can make a strong case for the Pacific Northwest, and some spots in the Southeast, and selective spots in the southwest.  Ditto for parts of Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.  If I came from the culture, Central and South America too.

But the elements are the same, even if the geography is different.

There’s been a huge amount of interest in this idea of “finding a place and a community to call home.”  So this piece is about including you in on the process as it unfolds.  Either you’ll be personally interested, or you’ll know people who are.

As I’ve laid out many times – heck it’s been the theme for 2019 – there’s no turning back.  The trajectories in play are going to keep playing out.  Until they break.

Against the backdrop of low-integrity financial, corporate and political institutions a rapidly growing number of you want to live lives where your actions align with your knowledge and values.

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