Travel is expensive, so you need to be sure your time “on the road” justifies the investment. In this course, Tom Geller outlines what you need to do before, during, and after your business trip to keep yourself comfortable, meet your client’s or employer’s objectives, and take care of your home while you’re away. Learn the tools you need to stay in touch with the office, and find out how to pack a “go bag” that prepares you for business. Tom also provides guidance on managing transportation and staying safe in your new city, and outlines tips for reporting back what you’ve learned when you return home, so each trip is easier and more productive than the last.
- Setting up a mobile office
- Planning travel
- Securing your home and office before you leave
- Getting work done on the road
- Getting comfortable in a new location
- Planning your next trip
Tom’s work ethic and passion are evident in each of his productions. He has the unique mixture of extreme efficiency and an innate knack to hone in on the most dynamic aspects and nurture them.
With little guidance, created a distinctive rhythm and visual style for the professional organization’s flagship publication (“Communications of the ACM”), then produced nearly three years of monthly episodes. Elements included format, titling, and narrative styles that remain features of the ongoing series.
Camerawork and interviewing for this piece was my first gig for Zoomin.tv. I grabbed my equipment after hearing the protests from my apartment, which is around the corner from the Consulate.
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