Do You Have Your Layover List Ready to Go?
Perhaps you are going to do some travelingduring the holiday season. You may be with others or by yourself, but eitherway, there may be lots of time available if you have an unexpected layover.
First,try to travel a day early to eliminate the stress of missing an event becauseyou arrived a day late.
Second, what a great time to make some calls to all of the folks you’ve beenmeaning to touch base with. By doing them all at one you’ll be efficient ANDmake some important connections during the holidays.
Now we come to the third thing:
The Layover List…
This is an itemized list of all of the long-term projects you must do,as well as things you’re trying figure out, but you haven’t had time to thinkabout them. Just take a separate sheet of paper for each project OR use aseparate screen on your iPad to do some intensive thinking.
And you thought that the time at the airportwould be wasted. You will actually be so caught up when you get a back to theoffice that others will be jealous.
This just in: In case you want to be one step ahead of the otherfolks in your organization-- they read my blog, too. That means they are working on their LayoverList. Looks like we have a competitionfor who in your office is going to get the most done. Ready, Set, GO!