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It’s understandable that Houston, Texas might have not been your first choice when selecting a vacation destination. However, your boss just called to inform you that the company is moving forward in a big way. He wants you to be his representative at a merger meeting in Texas next week. If things go well and the company is able to secure this new holding, he wants you to be the one to run it! No pressure.
The only problem is, you have never been to Texas. You try to convince your family that this is a massive opportunity, but they are less than enthralled. You find yourself in a bind. The promotion is sizable. You know that this business prospect isn’t likely rear its head again. The opportunity must be seized. How are you going to convince your family that Houston is a great place to be?Make A Vacation Out Of It
When business comes calling and big changes are in store, don’t stress out; make a vacation out of it. Plan to arrive at your destination a couple of days before or after your business meeting and schedule some time to see the sights. Every city has those things that make it unique. Do a little research before take off to ensure that your time is spent as efficiently as possible, and allow yourself the freedom to enjoy the time spent with your family.
Pack As Early As Possible
Planning a last minute vacation can definitely be wearisome. To ensure minimum stress, pack everything you need as early as possible. You should leave out the items you’ll need last, like toiletries, in an obvious place you can’t miss. It will really help you out to make a list of things you need to do or grab. That way, you can look over your list and check off the last minute things before you head out the door.
At this point, we can hopefully assume that your trip has gone extremely well. Your company has merged and your boss has offered you the position of supervisor. All that’s left to do now is make this place home. There will be plenty of time to really settle in and establish your new found life. For the time being, take your family out and celebrate. They say, “Home is where your family is”. Take a moment to ground yourself and look at what you’ve been blessed with. Sure traveling is grueling and exhausting, but when you take advantage of opportunities presented to you, and you act responsibly in the realm of preparation, there’s nothing you can’t make a success.