On being a Road Warrior: "It is a different perspective whenthe territory is vast and the world is the playground. I haveenjoyed seeing the world from Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego to theMagellan Strait and Cape Horn, all the way up to Prudhoe Bay. Fromthe Bosporus to the Galápagos, Machu Picchu to Christchurch,through Zurich and Konstanz to the Great Sabana and Okinawa, fromthe Caribbean to most of the U.S.A. To experience and know the bestrestaurants in the world, the various currencies and roads, thepeople, their habits, their stories, histories, views, culture,their social and political atmosphere, is fascinating and a trueprivilege."
Action Adventure, Road Warrior style: "I flew to LAX in themorning for an early afternoon meeting and was planning to returnthat evening on the red-eye. I finished my meeting early and wasmaking business calls from my cell phone, when a prospect agreed tomeet me that afternoon in San Diego. We decided to go for it andsped to San Diego in our rental car, met the prospect, drove to theSan Diego airport, returned the car, took a commuter flight back toLAX, and made the red-eye back to Boston. All arranged on a cellfrom the car."
Exercise made easier: "I travel with workout clothes andhave bicycles (I love riding) in Belmont, Massachusetts, a suburbof Boston where I live; Miami; and Puerto Rico."
Travel Tip No. 17: "I have a traveling 'uniform' thatdoesn't wrinkle easily and loafers I can take off during the flight(the waistline and feet always swell)."