So I’m on another 12-hour plane ride, heading to Munich, where I’ll connect to another short segment to Prague. That puts me at about 40 hours of flying this trip, which is a little more than half of the tour I’m on. So that got me thinking about travel and working with long-distance lines.
Now you certainly don’t have to log the kind of miles I do. But if you’re serious about the business, you need to be working in depth, and that’s going to mean some long distance lines.
If you’re committed to becoming a leader, you should be traveling at least a day or two a month, taprooting down the group. As you move up the ranks, that number should grow.
Now for many of you, even the first level of one or two days a month is going to be a challenge, because you’ve got a day job you need to report to. But if you want to leave your day job, you need to make that sacrifice at some point.
Are you making that sacrifice?