Eileen Pierce’s “Mexicution”

Many expats that come to Mexico looking to start a business are often bewildered by the difference in which business is conducted here, and are often driven to a complete meltdown—or Mexicution. Some leave, discouraged, while others, like Eileen, go through a transformational process that enables them to rekindle their relationship with the country, thus becoming the most positive ambassadors we have, when it comes to talking about living and working in Mexico. Eileen Pierce, owner of The Inn at San Pancho (gatagorda.com) shares her experience.

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