It can be easy to get into a rut as a freelancer. Your sofa is well worn; your daily habits well set. As you talk to the bigwigs of XYZ Company on Skype, who knows you’re actually wearing a onesie and bunny slippers?
One of the best things I have ever done to improve myself, as well as my business, is to travel as often as possible.
Here’s the 10 reasons why.
You Never Know Who You’ll Meet
You might end up sitting next to a top CEO on a plane, share a basket of bread with a globe-trotting entrepreneur in India, or strike up a conversation with a small business owner while waiting in line for a Vegas show.
Anyone of these people can become future business contacts for you, and, if nothing else, the short conversation you share with them could make a lasting impression on you and your business.