Join Paul Nowak for an in-depth discussion in this video Organizing your business travel, part of Note-Taking for Business Professionals.
- In this video you're going to learn how…to organize your business travel plans…using the XMind software platform.…So let's talk about travel.…Sometimes it's good to be spontaneous…and not have any specific travel plans…but when you're on a business trip…you may need to organize the trip…into a specific travel plan with notes,…and that's what this template is for.…Let's take a look at it.…Notice how it's currently organized into five days.…If your trip was longer you can add another day…by clicking on Travel Plan at the top…and then pressing the Enter key on your keyboard.…
Notice how that adds a new row to your travel plan.…And if your trip was shorter, you can easily…delete a day or two by pressing the Delete…or Backspace button on your keyboard.…Let's look at the specifics of how each day is organized.…On Day One where it says Airline you can…add your flight number, departure times,…and any other relevant information.…If you're renting a car you might add…that information, which rental car company…is it for, what's the confirmation number…
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