There is really no way of getting around it: traveling is exhausting. If your professional obligations have you traveling as often as mine do, fighting off travel fatigue can become a job all of its own. As a writer, much of my work focuses on highlighting entrepreneurial solutions to economic and political problems, so I […]
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Recently I was sitting in a restaurant in Munich, staring in resignation as my wine glass was refilled another time despite my protestations. It had been a long day of sitting through meetings, punctuated by breaks where we were plied with finger foods and coffee, followed by lunch, and then more sitting, and then after-meeting […]
This article is for people who have spent at least one night sleeping on an airport floor. Perhaps your flight was canceled because of fog and you scrambled to catch the last long shuttle bus home, only to miss that one, too. If you weren’t allowed through screening because the taxi was late and crawled […]
Business travel can be incredibly stressful. For years, we’ve been honing our travel routine to perfection. In this episode, we’ll show you exactly how to hit the road without losing time or arriving tired.
Every year, 64% of Americans plan some sort of getaway vacation. Many people grew up with fond memories of packing up the car and heading to the beach, the lake, or Grandma’s house during the summer months. Sadly, in American culture, the ability to get away is becoming more of a luxury and less of […]
Because of my public speaking, I spend a lot of time traveling. In just the past four weeks I have been to Charlotte, San Diego, Richmond, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Mobile, Dallas, Tulsa, and Denver. In some ways traveling has never been more stressful—more delays, more canceled flights, and more crowded flights. But technology eases the […]
How can you travel lighter and arrive at your destination more rested? Ditch your briefcase and use one carry-on for everything. Here’s how I do it.
I thought I would do a series of “Road Warrior” posts, since I travel a good deal myself. I always find it helpful to see what others do and hope this might prove helpful to you as well. I am also hoping to get additional ideas from you. I am always looking for ways to improve my system.
Like every other company, we are looking for ways to cut costs. One of the things we have been experimenting with is video conferencing.
This is getting more consistent now, but for a long time, I left my shoes on when going through security in Nashville and a few other cities.
…When you carry on your bags, you’re supposed to remove any liquids and place the containers in a one-quart plastic bag.