Full datetime event:New York — Thursday, August 12, 2021From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pmLos Angeles — Thursday, August 12, 2021From 9:00 am to 10:00 amLondon — Thursday, August 12, 2021From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmAthens — Thursday, August 12, 2021From 7:00 pm to 8:00 pmSingapore — Friday, August 13, 2021From 12:00 am to 1:00 amSydney — Friday, August 13, 2021From 2:00 am to 3:00 am
Have you been staying local and wondering how to use this time wisely to plan for future trips?
Are you thinking about how to make your travels better?
Join Steve Brock, author of Hidden Travel: The Secret to Extraordinary Trips, as he looks at surprisingly useful ways for you to use the time you’re not traveling, to plan and prepare for when you will be able to go.
Steve will explore issues such as:
- the psychology of waiting and how to make it work for you
- the good and bad of travel alerts and the right way to use them
- clustering destinations and why slow travel can be your best option coming out of COVID
- using this opportunity to try out different travel styles (and how that can open new destination opportunities sooner)
- how to develop a “portfolio approach” to destinations so you have multiple options depending on the season and the situation
- why shorter trips close to home take the pressure off of big trips in the near future and why that’s important
- how to use the time now to prepare YOU for when you can go
STEVE BROCK helps both new and experienced travelers to think differently about travel and not do the same old trips in the same old ways. In particular, he encourages travelers to learn new ways to connect their interior life (passions, purpose, and creative interests) with their travel. In his book, Hidden Travel (out now!), he explores how to find the hidden places and personal experiences that matter to you, not just those deemed popular by others. He has traveled to over 50 countries and (when actually able to fly) is on a plane every week or two in his work running a branding agency in the Seattle area where he lives with his wife and favorite traveling companion (and yes, they are the same person).