How to be “Mobile” On the Road-Part 1

I know it’s a bit of an oxymoron. But, I promise you this is not a “Why did the chicken cross the road?” metaphor.

The fact is, many people are not properly equipped to be productive while on the road. To be truly mobile while traveling, it takes more than a cell phone, laptop and internet card to keep you effectively connected and operational.

Are you equipped to leverage all of the mobile applications and tools available on the web while you travel? Let’s say you meet someone who could really benefit from your product or service. Are you prepared to give an impromptu presentation? Or, maybe you are working on last minute research for a presentation in the morning and your hotel’s Wi-Fi goes down.
What do you do?

What you don’t have to do is panic, because in this short video…and the one to follow, I am going to reveal some powerful tips and tools for staying connected and productive while you travel:

You’ll discover:

  • The 5 types of equipment you need to operate as a virtual office while you travel
  • 5 of my most recommended types of “Cloud” software you can use to streamline operations and connect with your team
  • Powerful tips on how to reduce road stress with proper planning before you travel
  • And a few more golden nuggets I know you’ll find useful.

Go ahead and check it out now and be sure to share any comments or questions you may have.

Tell me what you think. Post your comments below...

  1. JW Ginn

    Mynders,

    This was such a helpful video. I will actually be away on business for 5 days in February. While I am just starting out, this will be very helpful in planning accordingly.

    I love Dropbox, and will look at wedoist. I have been using http://www.workflowy.com and love it for it’s simplicity as well.

    I look forward to part two of the video.

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  2. Mynders Glover

    JW: I’m glad you found it helpful. Let me know how the ideas work for you on your upcoming trip.

    Also, looking forward to checking out your workflowy link.
    …Mynders

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