October 16, 1999
This Week: Secret Hideaways
I wouldn't mind getting away and hiding under the stars for awhile. Where do you go to get away from it all? Hostellers always have great suggestions since they tend to spend so much time on the road. But it seems that our listeners have some select secret hideaways of their own. Last week we asked you to call in to tell us about the place you go to take refuge from the day-to-day grind.
Next Week: Traveling with Your Boss
The great thing about getting away is that you can put aside your worries and just go with the moment. But, unfortunately, we know in the back of our minds that it's all going to end, and that soon we'll be back on the job -- battling the traffic and the stress of daily work. It's not so bad if you have a job that allows you to travel. I'm not the only person in America with this job perk, but I am lucky that I don't have the pressure of traveling with my boss -- not that I have a problem with it or anything. In fact, the few times I've traveled with my boss have been tremendous learning experiences that I feel have propelled my life into new and exciting directions. (You listening J.J.?) If you have a story about traveling with your boss -- good or bad -- I'd love to hear about it. And maybe you've picked up some handy tips based on your experience of traveling with the brass. Let's hear about them. You never know, you might help save some poor soul's job.
Send us email, call toll free at 888-SAV-TRAV to tell me your story about traveling with your boss.
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