The decision to relocate is huge. If you're moving with a family, it's even bigger. You may be weighing whether this is a good career move, or whether it will set you back. If you have a family, then you'll be confronting whether or not your spouse can work, what the school system is like for your children, how well everyone will adapt, and more.
If you're the potential trailing spouse, then you may be contemplating whether to give up a great job, close friends and family to follow a loved one. If you're moving overseas, then you might not be able to work.
Instead of letting anxiety and frustration get the best of you, start off by asking a pivotal set of questions to help you get to what's really important.
In order to help you make this decision, which could profoundly change your life, I've put together a Decision Kit to help you ask some simple, yet challenging, questions to lead you to the decision that's best for you and your family.
The Relocation Decision Kit is part of the overall Relocation Success System I've designed for you. It contains some simple questions you can ask to help you make a tough decision. Click here to learn more about the