Going to do this post via handwriting. #different (I didn’t have a computer available) #SadPanda
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(Leave a comment about your worst travel experience. I’ll be giving out 10 Moleskin Notebooks.)
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Anywho, if you’ve eaten with me you know that I can be quite annoying. I am picky and I ask for substitutions with 90% of what I order. I look […]
A few weeks ago I was in Russia to speak at a conference. I spent a lot of time with a really impressive group of guys. I’ve joked in the past that I am “moderately rich”. These guys were much richer than me.
It was a fun and interesting experience and I thought I would share some of the insights I gained being around them. (Also check out what I learned on my trip to Cuba.)
1. They do not ask for […]
194 commentsApril 30, 2013
A few weeks ago I was graciously invited to speak in Australia.
They offered to cover flights and hotels.
I generally don’t ask for speakers fees cause I love sharing my stories and working with people. And I have and know how to organize conferences so I know there are always more costs than expected.
…But traveling costs me time, money and I like being at home with my tacos.
Because of the coffee challenge, it encouraged me at […]
178 commentsApril 9, 2013
While I was in India, I learned a few travel hacks (and travel cheap tips) that I thought you could use when you travel in your country or others.
All I Packed for 33 days in India (thanks for the bag Lisa F!)
1- Nice clothes. You can use this at the airport counter to ask for upgrades or do a tuxedo experience like my friend Ikrima: http://youtu.be/dpt2AInCkoE (via Susan Su)
2- Bring $1 bills. Assuming your currency is “more” valuable than another […]