How means of travel can build entrepreneurial endurance

How do you travel?
Some walking, some driving? Part walking, and sometimes by van, bus, carpool or taxi? Strictly fly first-class and shuttled by limo?

Do you notice any changes in your perspective or mood as you travel one way or another?

I’ve travelled by various modes of transportation. Growing up as the child of an airline executive, I was able to travel to other islands and countries (from 6months to 21yrs), on any airline for a small fee (taxes really, and sometimes by rebate ticket.)

Can I share something with you? This is the longest pocket of time I’ve ever been in Barbados – or anywhere, without being on a plane – and it’s only been less than a year! I’ve been to 20 destinations so far and was probably the least likely person to be working (mostly) from home up to just a few years ago.

Here’s a post on some lessons learnt through different modes of transportation. Please let me know (after reading) if you’ want a Part II featuring lessons from travelling by speedboat, limo, zr van and ice cream truck.

Joyful Life | On Purpose

How do you travel? 

Some walking, some driving? Part walking, and sometimes by van, bus, carpool or taxi? Strictly fly first-class and shuttled by limo?

Do you notice any changes in your perspective or mood as you travel one way or another?

I’ve travelled by various modes of transportation. Growing up as the child of an airline executive, I was able to travel to other islands and countries (from 6months to 21yrs), on any airline for a small fee (taxes really, and sometimes by rebate ticket.)

Can I share something with you? This is the longest pocket of time I’ve ever been in Barbados – or anywhere, without being on a  plane – and it’s only been less than a year! I’ve been to 20 destinations so far and was probably the least likely person to be working (mostly) from home up to just a few years ago.

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