“Kathleen, my husband and I attended your conference in Panama…and I just wanted to drop you a line to say thank you very much.
“It was the first such convention that we have attended. A lot of the concepts introduced to us were outside our normal comfort zone, and it was wonderful.
“I think it has certainly given us a lot more focus regarding where we want to be in the next three years. Having experienced the thrill of Panama firsthand, I do not think that we can simply go back to the status quo. That will not work anymore!
“Perhaps our paths will cross again sometime in the future.”
–Beth-Ann S., Canada
I hope so.
“Kathleen, what is the political situation in Belize? How much would it interfere with foreigners living there?”
–Ralph A., United States
The political situation in Belize is one of the best things about the country.
This is a peaceful, completely stable nation. Belizeans don’t like to argue or fight…not individually and not as a nation.
The government, too, is as good as it gets—that is, it stays out of your business and causes little trouble for anyone (other than the typical bureaucracy and red tape that you expect anywhere in this part of the world).
Belizeans are a fiercely independent sort. They don’t like to be told what to do by anyone, including the government. This makes for a wonderfully government intervention-free society.
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