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Passport to Success: Simple Tips for Better Business Travel

Posted on the 13 October 2017 by Mountain Publishing @mountainpublish

In every businessperson’s life, a little travel is warranted. Whether you’re going elsewhere for training or to seal a deal with a large client, you can benefit by minding a few travel tips. Visit the following business travel insights for better traveling and additional success.

Bring More Carry-On

Traveling can be a hassle, especially if your bags arrive at a different location. It’s especially frustrating for business travelers who place integral needs in with checked baggage. Increasing the number of needed things to bring on the flight is suggested, including business attire, computer, and any business files or papers needed.

Use Flight Apps

You may have a specific time you need to be at another location. Also, you might need to do a number of business-related deeds on the phone. Use flight apps to find flights at better rates, times, and those offering better seating. It’s incredibly valuable to use travel time wisely to improve a presentation, research a potential business partner, or get a bit of rest so you feel refreshed once you arrive at your location.

Join a Rewards Program

Whether you use the same airline, hotel, or transportation service, you can earn points through being a faithful customer. Look for rewards programs that are too good to pass up. You can earn air miles, weekend stays at a hotel, free dining experiences, cash, and more. You may benefit from checking out the deals offered at the Marriott Renaissance.

Keep Customer Service Handy

Keep customer service numbers handy in case you have an issue related to a flight, hotel accommodation, or prearranged transport. Achieving success is a lot more practical when you stay free of stress. You can’t stop inconveniences from happening but you can reduce how it affects you through preparation.

Don’t Rely on Finding WiFi

Just about every flight, airport terminal, and city cafe offer WiFi, but don’t rely on it. Be sure that your travel itinerary, notes, and directions to the business meeting are written down or downloaded in such a fashion that you won’t need to get on the Internet. Otherwise, assuming you can get on the Web when you need to could lead to a series of bumps in your business trip.

Get on the Flight First

In worst case scenarios, those who board a plane late and can’t find room for carry-on luggage must check their luggage due to limited space. Clearly, those who board the plane first are onto something – they find space for their carry-on luggage. If you’re not flying first class, be sure that you’re diligent about boarding ahead of the crowd.

Get Walking

Many are worried about getting exercise when away on business. Since they can’t get to their home gym, they look for ways to work-up a sweat. While it’s lower intensity, walking is one of the best exercises regarding the length of time and calories burned. Don’t worry about bringing along the yoga mat or finding a hotel gym, you can easily walk-off the calories in your spare time.


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