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Traveling Tips For The Busy Online Entrepreneur

Traveling Tips For The Busy Online Entrepreneur

If you are an online entrepreneur hitting the road for long term travel you need to be aware of a few things. First off your laptop needs to be handy at all times. You never know when you might into a long delay at the airport, bus terminal, or at the hotel, waiting for your taxi or livery driver, so having your laptop within reach helps you churn out work quickly.

You need not be online when working on the computer as you can accomplish a great deal offline as a home business professional. Update spread sheets, write blog posts, create newsletters or shoot informative, value-packed videos with software on your laptop to expand your business while waiting for your transport. Never fall into making excuses, complaining about delays or idling mindlessly, unless of course you are entirely burned out and need a quick meditation or nap break.

Check Internet Connection Reliability

The quality of your internet connection plays a massive role in your ability to work your online business on the road. This being the case, you need to make sure that the hotel or apartment you will be living in provides you with a dependable, strong wifi signal before you book your room. Having made the mistake of assuming that locations advertising an internet connection will provide you with a strong signal, I can assure you that reading customer reviews on popular travel sites is the only way to go when it comes to check internet reliability.

The box within your hotel room setting might be located down the hallway or on a different floor all together, ensuring that you will receive a poor or non-existent signal. Make it explicitly clear before you book your room that you need to have access to a strong signal or else you will not be staying at the location for long. Do your due diligence; get as much information as you need to make a confident decision, then demand from the hotel or apartment manager that you need a strong connection as you work online. This dwelling will be your office for an extended period of time. Being an online entrepreneur who spent a full month in a location where I was lucky to get 45 minutes of internet time daily I can assure you that you do not want to make the mistake of assuming your internet connection will be strong because your hotel claims to provide you with excellent Wifi.

Work off Your Set Schedule to Accomplish More

Just because you are on vacation or taking a working holiday does not mean you throw any form of order outside the window and begin to party like an animal. Continue to rise early and hit the sack early, and complete your online business related tasks each day with the time that you have. Unless your business is running heavily on auto pilot you need to check your email, Skype accounts, social networks and blog on a daily basis. Commit to working a set schedule. This helps you create a sense of order in your work day which of course promotes your online business growth.

Do not stay up until 5 AM if you normally go to bed at 9 PM and continue to practice your personal development despite maintaining a busy schedule as you travel. Yes you might need to cut out certain daily rituals if you are on the road more frequently but stick to the fundamentals of working on your mental tools, creating value for others and making strong personal connections with people from within your niche.

Kelli Cooper is a freelance writer who enjoys blogging about various aspects of travel; if you are traveling through the Sunshine State, she highly recommends the Quality Inn Hotel in Crystal River Florida.

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