In this episode, I’ll be chatting why I think Chiang Mai attracts digital nomads to come over in droves.
I have been chatting with a lot of people about why they like Chiang Mai. Thus, the podcast, so I could put into words why I love Chiang Mai so much.
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In reality, I got only a teeny bit of work done. But, I have met oodles of awesome, awe-inspiring, intelligent, conscious, and entrepreneurial people who have become my friends for life.
They are people who are constantly changing my mindset, who are helping me become a more complete human being, who believe in me and in my potential, and are my guardian angels and advocates in general.
These are people I met only a few months ago and already I know they are going to be with me forever.
This really made me ask why Chiang Mai brings all these amazing people together to form this awesome community within the bounds of this magical country.
In this podcast episode, I will be chatting about the following things:
- Why do digital nomads love Chiang Mai?
- I’ll explain how people in Chiang Mai changed my mindset.
- My experience in Chiang Mai and meeting new BFFs.
- How Chiang Mai affects everyone living here.
- Other amazing things and other stuff (you gotta listen to get it).
I had the privilege of chatting with a good friend, Janie Lin. A conversation which paved a way to the idea of Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
It posits a hierarchy or level of needs that we, as human beings, need to satisfy.
At the bottom of it are the physiological needs like food or shelter. And, up it goes until it reaches the psychological needs like love and eventually, our sense of self-actualization.
In the podcast, I theorize that Chiang Mai helps us take care of the lower base level needs quite easily as it is cheap, and connection with other human beings is easy to find. So we are able to level up faster and faster, and spend more time on self-actualizing deeds rather than when we were back home.
Listen to the podcast to learn more and let me know what you think about my random theory.