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(AUDIO) Strategies to Make Business Travel a Breeze
There are some business owners who do a ton of business travel and then there are some who do not care to travel. No matter where you land on that spectrum, it’s best to be prepared in case an opportunity does pop up. In this episode of the Business over Breakfast show, Bree James and Andrew Griffiths give you top strategies on how to make that business trip a breeze. Both Bree and Andrew are big advocates of travelling to meet clients or partners, as that face time is so worthwhile in the long run. Proximity is power, and taking the time to travel to see someone in person often makes a great impact.
As someone who has been on the road for decades, Andrew Griffiths himself shares how he remains stress-free on business trips and what he does to feel energized emotionally and physically. Conditioning yourself as a business owner to be at peak performance away from the office is crucial. If you want to learn how to position yourself to maximise business travel opportunities, this is the episode for you!
We also discuss things like:
- Why bootlegging business travel may not be saving you much money
- Questioning if it is necessary to travel if you can use Skype or Zoom video conferencing
- Proximity is power
- One of Andrew’s hilarious travel mishap stories
- Why you should spend 25% more on a car service for airport transfers versus a cab
- How to make your hotel stays during travel easier
- Keeping a spare set of your business essentials dedicated solely to travel
- The benefits of being loyal to airlines or hotel chains
- Taking time out during business travel to enjoy your destination
- Why you should always be carrying a book with you
- Amazing business ideas from around the world
- Business over Breakfast Book
- Bree James LinkedIn
- Andrew Griffiths Website
- Amplify Website
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