Months ago my son booked a trip to Seattle to visit family and friends. This week—one day before his scheduled flight— he asked me, “Is it too dangerous to travel? Should I cancel my trip?”
You might be asking similar questions.
Maybe you have plans to attend a meeting, or visit a client, or get away and recharge.
Do you follow through with your plans, or do you cancel?
I’ll put on my doctor hat and offer some tips to help you make travel choices with greater confidence:
I plan to maintain my busy speaking travel schedule.
Hopefully you're better armed to make travel plans that work for YOU.
PS Stay tuned for daily emails to help you and your clients respond to the many COVID-19 challenges. Are there specific topics you would like me to address?
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