Angie and Kevin are recent newlyweds who manage a thriving business and recently traveled to Asia for a 4-week honeymoon. Here is a look into how they make their epic trips a reality and maintain a revenue stream while traveling.
2015 is in the books, and 2016 is off to a fresh start! In addition to goals for health, wealth and happiness, travel should be a top priority in the New Year. Whether it’s a long-weekend to a nearby city, an event with friends across the country, or an epic adventure around the world, travel benefits both us and our business. Here are Sales Driven Adventures’ top 5 reasons for setting travel resolutions.
1. Experiencing new places changes you for the better.
Traveling requires you to step outside your routine and often comfort zone. You interact with people of all kinds of backgrounds and see how others live. You’re reminded of all that you have and see the commonality of people all around the world. You experience extraordinary scenery that is breathtaking and grounding. When you do something new like blowing glass, going to a Broadway show, or swimming with sharks, you’re expanding your worldview and learning more about yourself in the process.
2. Travel creates a vision and sense of urgency for your business.
When you have an exciting trip to look forward to, you have a deadline and know exactly what income you need to achieve by a certain date. You have a vision of yourself enjoying the fun adventures that trip entails and know what business objectives need to be obtained to make that trip a reality. Allow yourself to dream BIG! We've done it ourselves and have seen it happen over and over again - top sales people having the income and flexibility for world travel. It is through hard work, dedication and vision that those business achievements and epic trips become a reality.
3. Leisure travel is great for your health and well-being.
Hiking in the mountains, relaxing by the pool, watching the sunset over the ocean – these leisurely activities provide necessary and rejuvenating mental breaks. You also have time to reflect on your priorities and goals. When you return to work, you feel rested, focused, and ready for the next task at hand.
4. New adventures are exciting and fun!
What have you always wanted to do? Scuba dive in crystal-clear waters? Vineyard hop in wine country? See the sky illuminate with Northern Lights? Making time to try something new opens you up to all this world has to offer and gives you an experience you’ll always have to cherish. There are endless possibilities of exciting experiences and the more you seek them out, the more enriched your life can be!
5. Travel makes you resourceful and adaptable.
While on the road, you learn how to navigate unknown situations. Can’t speak the language? You find a way to communicate. Your bags never made it? Hello flexibility. Nervous about trying a bold adventure? It’s an opportunity to overcome a fear. The more you travel, the easier it becomes to go with the flow and in turn your confidence builds. Resourcefulness, adaptability, confidence and flexibility are all great skills you’ll apply to your business and everyday life.
Now the question is, where will your travels take you in 2016?