Intelligence, Entrepreneurship and Humanitarian Work: A Conversation with Daniel Hammond

In this interview, Emily Bron speaks with Daniel Hammond, a multifaceted individual with a rich background from childhood influences to military service, entrepreneurial endeavors, and humanitarian projects. Hammond shares insights into how his parents' diverse careers and personalities shaped him, his extensive board game collection and its impact on his strategic thinking, and his swift adaptability learned through military intelligence and interrogation. He outlines his transition into various careers post-50, emphasizing the importance of continuously growing and contributing to the world. Hammond also discusses his efforts in founding a nursing school in Honduras, aiming to provide local opportunities and mitigate migration pressures. The conversation extends to broader themes of immigration, societal impacts, and the essence of constantly seeking ways to add value and serve others for personal fulfillment and societal betterment.



Hi, I am Emily Bron.

After living and working in 4 countries (3 continents), experiencing several immigrations, changing several professional fields and being an avid traveler, I created International Lifestyle Consulting to help you to find the best matching place and to relocate abroad for a better quality of life, work, or retirement.

As a professional Baby Boomer and Remote worker, I am relocating again!

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