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5 U.S. Hikes for People Who Hate Hiking |


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On paper, hiking sounds like something we can all get behind. It’s like walking the block but with minimal air pollution, no overly-friendly neighbors, and the opportunity to realign your soul with mother nature. You can lace up your trendiest sneakers, slip into your coolest leggings, and whip out that camelback that has been gathering dust since that year you went to Coachella. After all, it’s about time you used your SUV to do something other than park in the […]

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15 Creative Ways to Earn More Airline Miles |


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From booking a hotel room to paying bills with an airline credit card, here our favorite ways to earn airline miles. READ NOW

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10 Safest Cities in the World |


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As with anything, traveling comes with its risks. Odds are, you’ve heard some stories of tourists becoming victims of crimes or being taken advantage of on their holidays. Unfortunately, crime exists in all parts of the world and it can sometimes be difficult to avoid. However, book your holiday in one of the 10 cities listed below and you have extremely good odds of enjoying a peaceful and incident-free adventure. Check out some of the safest cities in the world […]

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6 Ancient Greek Theaters Where You Can Still See a Show |


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These ancient treasures let visitors watch a play by Euripides or Sophocles — or enjoy a concert or dance performance — just as the ancient Greeks did. Visitors to Greece, finding the ruins of so many ancient theaters and amphitheaters around the county, could be forgiven for imagining that the Greeks were addicted to entertainment and public spectacle in the same way that modern audiences watch their favorite video dramas or blockbuster movies. In ancient times, almost every city and […]

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The Art and Heart of Travel Storytelling |


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Telling stories is one of humankind’s abiding, defining impulses. The cave paintings at Lascaux in France and the Aboriginal wall paintings in Australia’s Kakadu National Park are very early examples of this—of people trying to make sense of their experience, and trying to share the sense they make. So when you become a travel storyteller, you’re tapping into one of the deepest and richest veins of the human experience. Read the rest of the story HERE.

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The Future Of Public Speaking – It’s Not What You’d Expect |


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The days of the 1-hour keynote speech from a motivational speaker may be long gone. At the National Speaker Association Winter Conference, the theme “The Future of Speaking” invited images of holograms and robots. While at least one robot did make it to the stage, content instead focused primarily on an industry that’s listening to and learning from its audiences. Get the rest of the story about how to be a public speaker HERE.

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Can Travel Really Help You To Become the Person You Want To Be? |


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Have you ever heard someone say that she wants to find herself? What she probably meant when she said that was that she felt disconnected from the person she thought she was or the person she wanted to be. Making significant changes to yourself when you’re involved in your daily job, family matters, and friendships can be extremely difficult. People you routinely interact with may not want you to change. Your boss is happy with how you perform your job […]

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Exploring with Top Travel YouTuber Sawyer Hartman |


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    Influencer Spotlight With YouTube Adventure Vlogger Sawyer Hartman Sawyer Hartman is among the premiere social media influencers online. He commands approximately 1.8 million subscribers on his YouTube channel and over 727,000 followers on his Instagram account. Pictured in front of the camera and filming behind, Sawyer is known for his dramatic take on travel videos. Sawyer’s take on YouTube travel vlogging is one-of-a-kind, transforming everyday moments into high-quality short films. Get a behind-the-scenes look at Sawyer Hartman’s filmmaking […]

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How to Write a Book by Speaking It |


This is the second lesson in my “How to Write a Book”series, telling you how to speak your book, instead of typing it.

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Travelers look for the human touch |


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This article explains one of the reasons you need to be “known” and market with “personality.” People don’t want faceless corporate chains – they want to work with real people. CMO by Adobe recently caught up with Virgin Holidays’ head of customer experience to ask him how they were going about delivering exceptional experiences for their customers. CMO.com: Everyone within the whole travel ecosystem seems to be vying to own the customer’s holiday’s experiences. So what makes Virgin Holidays different? […]

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