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What Happened To Moving To San Diego?

While we all have bigger problems to worry about right now, I've been receiving a lot of questions from our audience about my move to San Diego.

Have you moved yet? Has it been affected by the pandemic? Did your visa get approved? What's happening?

So here's a video which answers all those questions for you.

Comment below with your thoughts!

Speak soon,
- James Francis.
Founder & CEO, Digital Prosperity.

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14 Responses

  1. Frustrating for you James but there are worse problems to have. I’m sure you’ll be there very soon. Was hoping we’d be able to move to the States one day but don’t see that happening now! 😌

  2. Wishing you all the best in getting approval from the US Government. I have friends in San Diego. As you know, it's a great place to live (maybe only second to Orlando) 🙂

  3. Hello James, sorry your moving plans were delayed, but I'm sure you'll get to the US soon. I live an hour north of San Diego. Once you're in San Diego, will you be allowing clients (I'm in your Done-for-you program) to meet you in your office? Sometimes it's much easier to work through things in person.

    1. Thanks for the kind words Mary! We won't be allowing people to meet in the office apart from "power days", just to ensure we can remain productive with all of our clients rather than just one at a time 🙂

  4. Thanks for this, James. We, your loyal followers, were indeed wondering how you and your lovely bride-to-be were fairing!
    You're inspirational in that, despite the many setbacks you've encountered, you're still feeling positive and looking forward to moving ahead!

    The office looks great!

    Best wishes with all of it!

    Mary Beth Spann Mank

  5. Hello James,
    I hope the pandemic will be over soon and you’ll be able to get settled in in San Diego. Not sure how close to the ocean you are looking, but you can drive an hour or so and be in snow near Julian, then head to the beach for a snow ball fight. Near the ocean the high and low temps are not far apart. Stay safe and all the best for you.

  6. Hi James, I'm in the SD area and been here 7 years. In that time I gradually moved further north. Most people want to live in the city or if they have money to La Jolla (and I think you'd have the money for it!). Whenever you get here, investigate the north county area and Coronado. La Jolla can be a trap (literally the way the roads are and traffic). Oh, and while a Digital-preneur needs to be online, if you need a spot to unplug and get away from it all, we recently found it. I'm keeping it a secret and not putting it out here publicly to keep it a secret. But you can see my email address, I'm sure, so feel free ask me about this or for any suggestions. I'll let you in on the secret quiet spot if you agree to keep it a quiet secret!

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