• Eight Road Warrior Travel Health Hacks for the Busy Entrepreneur


    Despite all of the video conferencing tech, travel will always be a crucial part of business. You don’t have to be a sales machine to make frequent travel a normal part of your role – as even startups are getting increasingly global. Everyone knows that nothing is more important than taking care of their health but travel, too often, provides a convenient excuse.

    Between offices in Silicon Valley and Ukraine, exploring startup ecosystems on four continents, and frequent speaking engagements; in the last couple of years I’ve found myself racking up some serious frequent flyer miles. Worst yet, I’ve been switching 8-14 hour time zones twice or more each month. I’m not getting any younger and the travel will not let up any time soon. So I’m becoming increasing more focused on staying healthy through it all.

    More recently, I’ve been sharing my acquired and tested “travel health hacks”. They are collected for your pleasure below – I hope you find them useful in dropping your excuses.

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  • I Met Entrepreneurs in 11 Countries in 2013, Here’s What I Learned

    2013 was a rewarding year of travels for me. Three continents, 122,000+ miles, and lifelong memories with some of the most amazing people around.

    I wrapped 2012 with a quick trip to LeWeb in Paris and a visit to London’s startup (party) scene. That set me up for a holiday back home with the family in California and some well needed rest for the whirlwind, I had no idea, 2013 was going to turn in to. I’ll keep this somewhat TL;DR as there are a number of great in-depth startup ecosystems reviews of Europe and South America. Read on…

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