I personally don’t view time on a plane as fun. Even if I’m traveling somewhere for vacation, it isn’t part of the vacation, in my opinion. There are a number of things you can do to maximize your time on a plane (or on a bus, train, etc.). If you are like me, I have a number of magazines that I enjoy reading; however, I typically don’t have time to read them when I’m at home. So I put them in a file and save them for a travel trip. I can relax and enjoy reading them during that time when I’m traveling. If I want to catch up on work activities, which is usually what I do, I list all the most pressing and important things I could get done that would have a high payoff when they are completed. Then I list things that I have been putting off doing and would like to get done. I prioritize them and determine how much travel time I have (sitting at the airport and on the plane for example). Then I determine approximately how much time each activity will take to complete. I always seem to have more to do than I will have time for but that is okay. I make sure I take all the necessary components I might need to complete each activity starting with the ones at the top. I move my way down the list and get done however much I can get done. I have yet to ever finish everything on my list, but making progress on the most important things that will impact you achieving your goals is always good. It is a great feeling for me to have uninterrupted time to accomplish things that need to get done. If you like this notion, you may want to try it yourself and see if you feel the same way I do after your travels. You might be amazed at how effective you are when you utilize this time a little more efficiently.
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