Interviewed by JetSetCitizen Costa Rica / Education / Entrepreneurship / Productivity

Last week, I was contacted by John Bardos from JetSetCitizen.com, the popular blog showcasing those trying to live their lives to the fullest. I’ve been a fan of John’s blog for a long time, and especially enjoy his interviews with perpetual travelers, international volunteers, entrepreneurs, and others. I was honored when he asked me for an interview, and am pleased to announce that it’s now available to read.

He asked questions about everything from what life is like in Costa Rica, to how I run my business, and how I educate my kids. I hope that my story can be an inspiration to those looking to do something similar in their lives.

Check out the interview at the link below.

http://www.jetsetcitizen.com/work-anywhere/interview-brandon-pearce/

You can also follow JetSetCitizen on twitter at @jetsetcitizen.


Brandon is a location independent entrepreneur, musician, traveler, worldschooling father, and the principal author of this blog. He's all about reaching his potential and enjoying life to the fullest in every moment while inspiring others to do the same.


Comments

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this interview! I found it to be very encouraging and motivational. I am in awe of John Bardos and his inspirational blog. It is fun to see where life leads when the focus remains on enjoying the journey!

  2. Loved the interview.

  3. Aunt Kathy Says: May 19, 2010 at 12:07 pm

    I am so impressed with this interview. It really captured everything one would want to know if contemplating a similar move. What am amazing example you are to family, friends, and now strangers. My prayers and thoughts are always with you. xxx

  4. Absolutely awesome. Great interview Brandon. I am always motivated after a little dose of pearceonearth.com

    -Tys

  5. Catherine Says: June 10, 2010 at 11:54 am

    I just found your blog through your interview on JetSetCitizen and I’m sure glad I did. Lots of great and inspirational lifestyle info you have available here! And I’ve just started looking around. Thanks for sharing!

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