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John Anderson

Long meeting? Practice these easy stretches to get out the kinks

Whether it’s a team of executives holed up in a conference room, a sales staff cramming in the latest product details, or a planner at their desk with a looming deadline, the effects of prolonged sitting can take its toll on your body. It also

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Sleep hacks: How to get a good night’s sleep while traveling

The thrill of staying in that swanky four-star suite quickly fades when you find yourself staring at the ceiling at 2am waiting to fall asleep. But there’s some good news here (of sorts): it’s not you, it’s science! Studies have shown that most

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Travel Planning: Getting the Most From Google Flights

If you’ve ever done a random search for flights on Google, you’ve probably come across Google Flights. It’s in that grid near the top of the results page, letting you directly search flights without going to Expedia, Orbitz, Kayak or one of the other

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Live Stream Your Next Event for Greater Engagement

If you’ve put on an event or conference recently, there’s a good chance someone live streamed it whether you knew or not. The technology has exploded in popularity over the last few years, with everyone from Facebook to Twitter getting in on the

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Helpful Travel Apps That Don’t Require Wi-Fi

Travel apps can be an indispensable tool for navigating smoothly through almost any situation you find yourself in life on the road, allowing you to avoid inconveniences or giving shortcuts and insights you might otherwise not have access to. And

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The Looming Passport Renewal Rush

If you plan on traveling out of the country for a meeting sometime in the next two years, check the expiration date on your passport and alert your attendees to do the same. The U.S. State Department is expecting a huge backlog in applications

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Last-Minute Winter Destinations That Offer Bargains & More

If you’re planning a last-minute meeting for this winter, you may expect to pay more for travel and rooms so close to the date. But there are ways to lessen costs, particularly if you’re somewhat open in regards to time and location. Flexibility

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Spanning the Generational Divide

Look around most meeting halls and workplaces and you’ll often see faces across a full spectrum of age groups, from new hires fresh out of college to veteran employees nearing retirement. Having such age diversity in a company has lots of benefits.

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Taking the Virtual Plunge

In the world of digital hotel site tours, there’s virtual reality, and then there’s Virtual Reality! The former has been around for some time and is a fairly common feature on many hotel websites. The immersive experience of the latter is something

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