Change is scary. In the months leading up to this trip I wrestled with the overwhelmingness of it. Where would I travel to? How many countries and how long for the first trip? Visas, weather, inoculations, choosing a backpack or roller bag, getting a tablet (my regular computer was too big), where to stay, who could I connect with, how to be in a new place and still be connected to the east coast, advice from the web. I’m traveling by myself. As a single woman traveling, what should I be careful of?

Big changes are as scary and as overwhelming as these rock cliffs in New Zealand. Where do you start with something so huge?

Whether you’re an individual or an organizational team or a small business, can you challenge yourself to make a big change. Not just a little incremental change, but a big disruptive change? One that challenges who you are and how big your vision is? I dare you to take on a big change right now and achieve your big challenge as you read about mine in these blog posts. What’s your change? Can you label it as your super-stretch-project? #travelingwhileworking  #workingwhiletraveling

Jeri Quinn

Jeri Quinn from Driving Improved Results is an executive coach, management consultant, speaker and author who focuses on communication in her work with executives and companies. She is the author of The Customer Loyalty Playbook, 12 Game Strategies to Drive Improved Results in Your Business. With more than 40 years as a serial entrepreneur.



Quinn has worked with executives and teams in over 40 industries, spoken at major business expos including New York City’s Javits Center, facilitated business development and extraordinary customer service at institutions such as MoMA and AIG, and has partnered with New York City, The Kauffman Foundation, Citibank, Merrill Lynch, HSBC, and Signature Bank to educate their clients.



She can be reached at:
jeri@DrivingImprovedResults.com
www.DrivingImprovedResults.com
www.CustomerLoyaltyPlaybook.com

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