My Current Situation
I'm going home. I didn't plan to go home until Thanksgiving. But, I'm out of options of supporting myself and my startup. So I'll be in the US for a few months.
As for my incredible job opportunity, as a Community Manager at an accelerator, the bureaucracy of hiring a foreigner in Thailand (for every foreigner a company must have 4 Thai's, unless it has a BOI), is too costly.
Am I disappointed?
Yes, because it would have been the perfect job.
But, this experience has taught me I'm a valuable asset in the local startup ecosystem and at home I could use my expertise of the startup ecosystem in Asia to find another job.
However, the greatest lesson I've learned living as an entrepreneur in Thailand is that
there're are only 3 ways to be an entrepreneur in a foreign land.