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S3E10: Make Your Time Count | Tobias Schulz from Flexword | German Polyglot

Episode Summary

Tobias Schulz, a German polyglot, explains why you should be making your time count instead of counting time. Anything worth doing deserves the time and energy needed to consume and digest it properly.

Episode Notes

Tobias Schulz, a German polyglot, explains why you should be making your time count instead of counting time. Anything worth doing deserves the time and energy needed to consume and digest it properly.

 

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We have been interviewing so many different guests who are from multinational companies or companies that deal with international customers.

Now that is a blessing and a curse because when you're trying to do your finances with an international company, the banks haven't quite caught up with us yet. So it's very difficult to transfer currency from one type to another type that is until Wise came along. 

Wise has a multi-currency account, which I use for most of my business between the US and Germany, that allows me to get paid in over a hundred different currencies, including Mexican pesos, Brazilian real and a few other Latin currencies, as well as Euro, [and] a few currencies from Africa and Asia.

You can go ahead and check that out in the link below, but that allows me to not have my customer deal with the hassle of switching everything into Euro.

 I can deal with that on my end, but the thing I like about it for me is that once I have the deposit in my account to switch it to another currency, isn't super expensive like other services that you might be used to, maybe Western Union, MoneyGram, things like that, where to transfer from one country to another is so expensive. Most of the time, if I transfer with Wise, I can transfer $100 over to the approximate amount in Euro for about $1.50. So that's pretty good!

If you're doing international business, you should consider Wise as a recommended resource from Clever Hybrids.