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Escape Strong FTR in Ecuador

I had never heard of the risks of Strong FTR.  Have you? Scientific research suggests that the FTR influence in the language we speak and think can have an impact on our health and wealth. One of the wonders of Ecuador is the indigenous based circular pattern of thought.  The personality of Ecuador is kept […]

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See how the most bilingual person in England uses music to help his success in language.   Then see how music can help you learn Spanish in three days. Planning on traveling to Ecuador? Francis Bacon is quoted as saying… “He that travelleth into a country before he hath some entrance into the language, goeth […]

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Ecuador Crime Update

Ecuador Crime Update Merri and I have taken thousands of people to Ecuador and rarely have they been affected by crime.  In the more than a decade and a half we lived and worked in Ecuador there only once did a pickpocket attempt to rob us.  Our properties in Naples and Lake County Florida, London, England, […]

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Writing to Sell – Ecuador Business

Our online Self Fulfilled course is about how to write, but more specifically about how to write and publish to sell. See below how one course delegate turned a planned visit for an Ecuador visit into a Hot Kindle release. Mt. Dora at sunset… venue for our Three March Writer’s Camp and week long Super […]

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Rosy Ecuador Health

Merri and I love roses and use roses for rosy health as well. Ecuador Roses in our kitchen. Ecuador is one of the best places on earth to grow roses and Ecuador’s shamans use rose in their aqua flora and various healing compounds. However neither shamanism nor rose healing is limited to Ecuador, the Andes […]

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Ecuador – From the Bottom Up

Here is one example of the common sense, bottoms up aspects of Ecuador that Merri and I enjoy.   Our attorney tells us that fines for visa overstays are currently not being charged.  Normally Americans, Canadians, Australians and Europeans can visit Ecuador for three months on a T3 Visa.  If one overstays the visa there […]

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Ecuador & China

Ecuador & China have close economic ties. A Reuters article entitled “How Ecuador sold itself to China” says: Ecuador’s government on Monday signed a loan for $2 billion with the China Development Bank Corp., Ecuador’s Finance Ministry said, as China deepens its financial ties with the South American nation. This brings some good and some […]

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Ecuador’s Positive People

There is longevity in positivity. This was the first attraction that Merri and I enjoyed in Ecuador… the happy, positive people. The Ecuadorian reaction to stress is laughter. Cotacachi parade. Like Ecuadorians, be positive… for your good health and for the health of those around you. Delegates in a super thinking session at our Spanish […]

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Ecuador’s President

There has been some great success in Ecuador recently. Having watched eight presidents come in the first decade after our first Ecuador arrival in 1995… President Rafael Correa has now been in office for seven years and now has four more to go. Photo I took of President Correa during an election campaign visit to Cotacachi. […]

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Ecuador Writers

More and more Ecuador writers are sending us some great books about Ecuador.  Ecuador is a great place to write and income earned from writing in Ecuador can be free of Ecuador tax. The introduction to Chapter Two of  the book,  “The Secret of Paradise, The Mysteries of the Pacific Coast of Ecuador,” shares an […]

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