The Travel Entrepreneur Blog

Two Lessons From Bill Gates To Help You Be More Productive (And Happier) editorial marketing sales solopreneur travel

It’s September, which is unbelievable to me, yet here we are. How has this year fared for you and your business? For many, we’ve seen and heard of record-setting years, goals met and exceeded. For others, we’ve seen great determination and progress towards meeting your goals....

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The Number One Metric In Travel sales solopreneur travel

Efficiency is what distinguishes a great individual travel professional from a growing, profitable travel business. A business that is an asset with a tangible and growing value. An asset that you own!

Time is moving faster than ever, and I’ve dedicated many recent messages to the ideas of...

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9 Strategies to Prepare Your Travel Business Now For Future Changes In the Economic Cycle marketing sales solopreneur travel

The economy is a living organism. It expands and contracts. It goes through long-run cyclical shifts and short-run acceleration and drops. A million factors culminate in key measures like GDP growth, unemployment, and the value of the dollar.  

As entrepreneurs, we spend most of our...

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When Do You Invest In Your Business? editorial marketing sales solopreneur travel

I’ve talked about investing here before. Whether you’re Warren Buffett, you, or me, all investors seek a degree of certainty before pulling the trigger. Complete certainty is elusive, but when is there enough certainty? When do you know that it is safe to make the investment that your...

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Traveling? 3 Tips For Creating Great Content For Your Website+Social Media editorial solopreneur travel

Going on a trip as a travel pro is a great opportunity to create travel content for your website and social media pages. Here are three things you can do on your trip to create content your consumers will love.

Take Photos

Throughout your trip, take photos featuring one or more person and write...

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7 Organizational Tips for New Travel Agents solopreneur

Starting your own personal travel agency is an intense business workout. Every day you are either hustling to get clients or hustling to serve clients. You may be talking to dozens of suppliers and venues at once, comparing prices, and arranging for those special little details that clients care...

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Rocking Your New Year's Preparations as a Solopreneur sales solopreneur

With the new year right around the corner, solopreneurs should be thinking about turning over that new leaf for a bright coming year. New Year's turnover is an essential part of any business owner's calendar. It is a time to take stock of your business, your progress, your successes, and to make...

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Top Customer Service Tips for Solopreneurs sales solopreneur

As a solopreneur, you do it all.

You manage, own, and work at your business. You create your products or services, market your business, and handle expenses. Though it can be challenging to maintain a business all by yourself, it's an incredible feeling to know that you — and you alone...

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9 Ways to Transform Your Home Office solopreneur

Deciding to work from home doesn't always come with a plan. Some might slowly segue into having a home office while others might have an in-depth design plan from where the paper clips go to how much to budget.

Whether you are the former, the latter, or somewhere in between, transforming your home...

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7 Signs You Would Make a Great Independent Travel Agent solopreneur

If you've ever considered a career in the travel industry, you have many options. People are traveling more than ever. The internet and social media have created both opportunities and challenges for travel agents. Overall, however, it's an exciting time to become a travel professional. Let's...

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6 Signs You're on Autopilot When You Work from Home and How to Fix It sales solopreneur

Owning your own business is a rewarding experience but if you're on autopilot, you're not as likely to enjoy it. If you start your day by immediately checking your social media and emails, chances are you might be running on autopilot. When we work from home, it can become habitual to do the same...

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5 Simple Tweaks New Entrepreneurs Should Make to Their Morning Routine solopreneur

How has your morning routine changed since you became your own boss? If you are starting your day the same way you did when you worked in an office, you might be doing yourself a disservice. That's because how you work now is going to be very different from how you worked for someone else. Your...

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