If you feel like there just aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done, you're not alone. That's so obvious, right? It's the understatement of the year. The fact is, most people today are feeling overworked and we're more stressed out than ever. In a recent survey 87% of people said they're overworked, 30% of them by five or more hours per week.
We made the leap for many reasons: death of a spouse or parent, retirement from a long career that enabled us to try something new and stay active, looking forward to social and intellectual gratification, joy in meeting new people and experiencing new places and cultures, and a desire to get paid for something we enjoy doing anyway are all motivations I’ve heard. Several people mentioned this is a great fit for their skillsets of working with people and organizing tasks and group activities
Every person that 2016 ITMI Symposium and Reunion keynote speaker Sarah Elkins met had one thing in common, one thing that made this group extraordinary: Curiosity. Consistent, deeply optimistic curiosity.
Don't let the negative voices in your head make your life decisions. Here are eight lame excuses for not becoming a tour director or tour guide.
Here are five things to remember when speaking in front of a motorcoach tour group or group of your peers.