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8 Tips for Getting Work Done while Traveling


Jeremy Jauncey


(CNN) — With the world working on a 24/7 clock, the excuse to switch off for those hours spent traveling on a plane for business has gone. In fact, it’s become the best time to catch up.

As my creative agency Beautiful Destinations grew, the amount of time I spent abroad rapidly increased, which meant opportunities to stop my inbox from exploding and keep projects progressing decreased.

Once you’re in the thick of meetings, the best way to maintain productivity is preparation and keeping to a normal routine.

Here are eight tips to help maximize productivity while your travel.





1. Make plans

Create a robust plan of events and meetings ahead of your trip so it’s clear where there are gaps in your diary that can be used productively for important phone calls, additional meetings or writing content. When you are in a different time zone you may need to factor in either early or late calls with the office too.

Confirm accommodation for each night that you’re away and ensure your transport is organized in advance to avoid having to spend time looking for hotel and ticket availability during your trip. This will also reduce stress levels so you can spend more time calmly focusing on the work in hand.

1. 做計畫



2. Maintain a healthy routine

Frequent travel, particularly flying, can impact your immune system, making you more *susceptible to illness. Try to maintain a healthy routine to maximize your productivity levels.If you’re jet-lagged and can’t sleep, some exercise may wake you up.While it’s often more convenient to pick up fast food and unhealthy snacks when you’re on the move, they can leave you feeling bloated and tired. Opt for healthy snacks and meals, drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration and avoid excessive caffeine, alcohol and tobacco, which can make you feel lethargic.Where possible, exercise outside to increase revitalization and boost your mood.

2. 維持健康的生活作息


3. Get plenty of sleep

A good sleep routine is essential for enhancing productivity levels. It can take a while for your body and mind to adapt to different time zones when flying. A great tip is to adjust the time on your watch and/or phone before take off so you have already mentally adapted to the time zone of a new destination upon arrival.

3. 多睡覺


4. Allow yourself downtime

Make time to explore the destination you’re in and immerse yourself in the local culture. As well as providing you with new experiences, it will stimulate creativity and may even spark new ideas which you can apply to something you’re working on. When I’m on the road, as well as taking photos, I’m always on the lookout for video opportunities to post on Beautiful Destinations.

4. 讓自己有停止工作期


5. Make the most of spontaneous networking opportunities

I’m always looking for new ways to expand my network, both on social media and in person. Being on the road is an opportune time to meet new people from different walks of life.

Whether you’re at the airport, in your hotel or exploring the destinations, take time to network and strike up conversations with people you meet along the way. It may be that they can benefit you professionally if they work in a similar field and can offer a fresh perspective on something you’re working on.

5. 充分利用自發的交流機會



6. Stay updated with the latest news and trends

Subscribe to news and trend alerts which pop up on your phone daily. This is essential to ensure that the content you’re creating or the discussion points you raise in meetings are current and relevant. It will show that you have your finger on the pulse, which is essential when speaking to both existing and potential new clients.

6. 隨時了解最新消息和趨勢


7. Listen to podcasts

If your journey requires a lot of driving, inevitably you will not have the opportunity to get much work done. You can take this time to listen to educational or inspirational podcasts such as TED Talks Daily. Hearing the insights of others based on experiences in their personal or professional lives can be invaluable as well as emotionally stimulating when you’re on the road.

7. 聽播客

如果您的旅途需要大量的駕駛,則不可避免地您將沒有機會完成很多工作。您可以抽出時間收聽教育演講或啟發性播客,例如TED Talks Daily。在旅途中,根據他人的個人或專業生活中的經驗來聆聽他人的見解不僅非常有價值,而且可以激發他們的情感。

8. Delegate

This is the most important one that I follow. When you start a company, it’s hard to give up the reins but through delegation you will tick off those tasks on your to do list.

Founded by Jeremy Jauncey in 2012, Beautiful Destinations is an award-winning creative agency behind one of the world’s largest travel communities on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Snapchat and Weibo with over 17 million followers across 180 countries on social media.

8. 委派



Maximize verb to make something as great in amount, size, or importance as possible 使最大化;使最重要
  • Some airlines have cancelled less popular routes in an effort to maximize profits.
Productivity noun the rate at which a company or country makes goods, usually judged in connection with the number of people and the amount of materials necessary to produce the goods 生產率
  • Studies show that if a working environment is pleasant, productivity increases. 研究顯示如果工作環境舒適,生產效率會提高。
Accommodation noun a place to live, work, stay, etc. in 住處;工作場所;停留處
  • There’s a shortage of cheap accommodation. 便宜的住所供不應求。
Immune system noun the cells and tissues in the body that make it able to protect itself against infection 免疫系統
  • The drug blocks HIV from entering cells of the immune system.
Susceptible adjective easily influenced or harmed by something 易受影響的,易受傷害的
  • She isn’t very susceptible to flattery.
Jet-lagged adjective tired and confused because you have made a long trip by plane from a place where the time is different 有時差的
  • I just felt too jet-lagged to go out.
Lethargic adjective having little energy; feeling unwilling and unable to do anything
  • I was feeling tired and lethargic.
Revitalization noun the process of making something grow, develop, or become successful again 新生,復興
  • A new indoor sports arena has played a key role in the revitalization of its neighborhood.
Stimulate verb to encourage something to grow, develop, or become active 激發,激勵;促進
  • The government plans to cut taxes in order to stimulate the economy. 政府計劃減稅以刺激經濟發展。
Perspective noun a particular way of considering something(思考問題的)角度,觀點,想法
  • Her attitude lends a fresh perspective to the subject. 她的態度為這個問題提供了新的視角。

Practical Phrases

In the thick of in the most active or dangerous part of a particular situation or activity 在…的最危險時刻
  • He is now in the thick of organizing a new party.
Walks of life various levels of social position or achievement 各行各業
  • In my work, I see people from all walks of life.
Tick off to name items in a list 快速報出;列舉
  • She ticked off six reasons for saying no.她舉出了六個拒絕的理由。






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