Today I talk to Matt Meeks. Husband and father of 3, he and his wife Niki didn’t let the fact that they had young children derail them from yanking the ripcord and embarking on a journey that took them from the rush hour traffic quagmire of Houston to the mountains of Costa Rica.
Matt was caught in the rat race of working long hours, never having enough time to spend with the family and had reached the top of his career. What was next? Keep on the same path or making a life altering change to change their destiny?
What their lives were like in Houston.
Their move to the mountains of Costa Rica.
The difference in culture that is centered around family and kids.
How the kids have acclimated to the Latin american culture and speaking Spanish.
Founding a beef jerky company that is now sold through 150 retailers and on the doorstep of going global.
Advice that he has for anyone considering any type of change in their lives like they have executed.
Matt and his family, now living La Pura Vida (The Pure Life) in central America, prove that you are never really trapped in a life that you can’t ripcord out of. Sell everything and get on that plane! Here’s my conversation with Matt Meeks.