If you travel a lot for work, you know that airports and the time you spend in transit can be a massive waste. Here are some strategies for reclaiming this time and using it productively.
- Even in the internet era,…replete with Skype meetings and webinars,…many professionals find themselves traveling more and more.…After all, in a global economy,…there's still nothing that replaces face-to-face encounters.…But the downside is that the time we spend in transit…is, too often, totally unproductive.…How much can you actually get done…when you're sandwiched in a cab on the way to the airport,…toggling your bags on the way through security,…or waiting for a gate assignment to be announced?…May seem hopeless, but there are strategies you can use…to maximize your productivity on the road,…and, as someone who travels…more than half the time for work,…and going meta, I actually wrote this script…while on an airplane flying between Dallas and Los Angeles,…I can personally recommend them.…
Here are four.…First, think about podcasts or audiobooks.…Even in transit or walking through the airport,…you can slap on your headphones…and transport yourself out of the madness.…If you choose your listening material wisely,…
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