Two Minute Drill: Bad Travel Experiences
Dr. Jay is back in Florida this week, in part to take his dad to see his good friend Dr. Bagnell, who is one of the best chiropractic neurologists. He traveled down to Florida on Sunday and ran into every kind of travel headache: canceled flights, rebooked flights, changing airports, sitting at your gate for hours, and missing luggage. Listen to this week’s Two Minute Drill to hear about his crazy travel day and what lessons can be learned from it.
I’m sure many of you can relate to Dr. Jay’s story of the challenges we face when traveling. The three lessons we can take away from his experiences are:
- When we come against a challenge, remain cool and remain positive – Many of our problems are first-world problems, put them in perspective and figure out what needs to get done.
- Take some calculated risks – Dr. Jay took some risks, like booking a flight out of a different airport, and they paid off.
- Find ways to pivot – At a certain point you just have to pivot. If things aren’t going the way you want them to, you have to change your plan.
When you run up against challenging times, remain positive, take some chances, and pivot when you need to.
We would love to hear about your travel challenges and what those experiences taught you. Make sure you share on any of our social channels!