018 | 7 Simple Tips For A Stress-Free Return From Vacation Or A Conference

018 7 Simple Tips For A Stress-Free Return From Vacation Or A Conference

In this episode, I provide insight into how I juggled being gone from my office for two weeks. I lay out seven great strategies to keep traveling from significantly disrupting your schedule, workflow, and things at home, as well as causing you an abundance of undue stress.

I also introduce seven podcasts I recently tuned in to that could offer you a wealth of incredible and relevant information, discuss the specific goals I set and attained at the Podcast Movement Conference, and divulge my investment that affords me a priceless return every time.

I hope you enjoy my episode on ensuring a stress-free return from vacation or a conference and encourage you to implement a few of the tips I laid out. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!


What You'll Discover In This Episode:

  • 7 Simple Tips To Minimize Stress Upon Returning From Traveling
  • What You Should And Should Not Do The Day Before You Leave
  • ​How To Establish Clear Expectations With Clients For While You’re Away
  • The Main Thing You Should Refrain From If You Don’t Want To Play Catch-Up For Weeks
  • So Much More!

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