How Traveling More Can Help Hone The Skills Needed To Be A Successful Entrepreneur

Road trips usually start with a bold and outlandish idea, which is what makes them a distinctly American tradition. Our most recent one began with a meeting in Los Angeles. We live three thousand miles away in Maryland. Since I don’t particularly like to fly I off-handedly asked my husband last month if we could drive there, mostly in jest. Would a logical person drive 100 hours round-trip across America for a 45-minute meeting? Perhaps not, but with my decks as clear as they are going to get, I am on a journey to discover what my next move in life will be.

Two days later, my husband had it all mapped out. 7,100 miles. 22 days. 18 states. And two dogs in the back. Yes, he’s impulsive.

Some of the takeaways are obvious clichés but things that all of us need to be reminded of more often. The unavoidable one is that America is more beautiful in more places in so many ways than most Americans will ever know. We all need to travel more, whatever it takes. And it’s often the least obvious and luxurious locations that are the most beautiful.


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