Here is the truth DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) has found concerning the dilemmas that most Diasporas, Immigrants, or Travelers find themselves:
• For many reasons, most people leave their country of origin to go into adventure hoping for a better life that, unfortunately, they don’t usually find as originally planned. Why? Most people tend to set too much expectation on this earth which is not supposed to answer all our problems!
• For most people living in the Diaspora, getting better opportunities to solve their problems and achieve their adventure dream is their main priority.
• People and organizations in the country of origin of the Diasporas (particularly developing countries) address most of their needs for assistance to their relatives in the Diaspora, thinking that those relatives are really having a better life abroad.
• Some people in the country of origin of the Diasporas are interested in receiving free gifts back from the Diasporas regardless of their success or not.
• At the same time, nothing is that free for the Diasporas in the foreign countries they find themselves in. Most of the free things the Diasporas get abroad are not enough to really help them find a sustainable way of success. Therefore, to really succeed abroad, most Diasporas have to pay a high price.
• Usually, because of a lack of information or right connections or knowledge, several immigrants do not produce the best of themselves. At the same time, those who succeed do not often collaborate or network with the newly arriving immigrants or those who are not succeeding. Some new aliens would like to find some close and successful immigrants to mentor them, but they don’t know where to find them. The Diasporas of most countries often times neglect to contribute to the development of their country of birth.
• Usually, at their turn, most people living in the Diaspora (at least the newcomers/migrants and those who are struggling to succeed) tend to ask the people in their host country to help them.
• Not only are native individuals, organizations, and businesses in the Diaspora country of residence overloaded with request for free help, but they would also prefer the Diaspora members (who are living by them) to buy their professional services rather than just ask for free help.
• Usually, most Diasporas are not well understood for instance because of the language and cultural barriers, but also because of a lack of integration into their new environment.
• As the Diasporas have their problems that they can’t solve, so the people and organizations in the Diaspora’ host country have their own that they can’t solve free of charge for the Diaspora.
• Meanwhile, certain organizations and governmental institutions strategically take advantage of this situation.
• At the same time, the governments of the country of origin of most Diasporas are ignorant of what their people are facing abroad.
• Because of the problems mentioned above, it generally takes too long for most Diaspora members to achieve their goals and succeed.
• The Diaspora members who we think succeed, don’t usually reach their full potential, and if they do, it takes too long to get there.
• By the time they succeed, most Diaspora’s members incurred a lot of debt, frustrations, and other problems that cause them to focus on themselves rather than really thinking about helping those in their country of origin as the latter wish.
• Some of those who succeed and who want to give back don’t know where the real needs are and how they can engage themselves and others.
• The Diaspora members who are willing to help or give back to their country of origin or to other places they previously lived, don’t know how, where, and who to contact to reach the real needy or solve the real problems.
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