Wanna keep from coming unraveled while you become well-travelled? Wanna feel great with plenty of time left to reach your gate? Keep reading.
I travel extensively due to my work in medical sales. I jokingly say that you know you travel a lot when the TSA Agents know you by name! You may have felt the same.
So, let’s look at 3 things that might help you during your next travel situation. Hopefully, these tips will come in handy during travel to your next job interview.
The Inevitable Travel By Car
Even if you travel by plane, there’s a good chance you’ll begin your journey by car. Whether it’s travel by taxi, shuttle, or truck, you’ll need to get to the airport somehow.
Never Be Late To Your Gate
The military taught many of us the value of using “high speed avenues of approach” in order to get to your destination as quickly as possible. So, picture yourself standing in one of those long, long lines at the security checkpoint at the airport. It somewhat resembles a line at your favorite amusement part sometimes doesn’t it?
Wanna get to your gate faster? Here’s what you can do:
TSA Pre✓™ - One Cool Program
Just after I booked a flight recently, I got this message asking me if I’d like to participate in a special program called TSA Pre✓™. In a nutshell, this program moves you to the front of the security line, so to speak. (This “Fast Pass” at your favorite amusement park).
With TSA Pre✓™, you breeze by the longer lines. You don’t need to remove your shoes, belt, light jacket, or 3-1-1 compliant bag, or laptop!
Of course, this program is random so you may be selected on some trips and others you may not. Learn more about this cool program here: http://www.tsa.gov/tsa-precheck/what-tsa-precheck
What travel tips have you found helpful?
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