I’ve made it no secret that I’m far from the world’s best networker. In fact, as a raging introvert, I struggle to enjoy your typical glad-handing event. I’ll network, but, it’s not without pain. I have to plan carefully and prepare my mind. I envy those who love to network (and insist they join me…
Do you travel for work? Do you find that being gone is much harder than the travel itself? In this episode, I share four keys for surviving travel and making it more bearable for you and those around you.
My first business trip set me on the path to living an integrated life. Here’s the lesson I learned and how it’s only been reinforced in the years since.
It’s important that I come up with ways to stay close to family while traveling. They are often little things that pack a big punch, but they can make all the difference.
I thought TripIt was just about sharing flight info to Facebook. As it turns out, I was wrong…and I’ve found a way to share my important trip information with the most important people in my life.
Uber is a taxi alternative I find especially useful and price competitive in my travel, and that’s why it’s on my phone.
A one-line email from my 11-year-old son inspired this case study in what it means to live an integrated life and have work life balance in a whole new way.
One of the things I have had to learn to do is optimize my travel schedule: I’ve had to learn to make my travel time count.
Here are three quick travel tips that keep me sane.
Over the years and the many miles of travel, I’ve found two different ways to manage my calendar across various time zones.