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The High Cost of Cheap: When Saving Money is Expensive

The High Cost of Cheap April 2, 2016 Becoming a local celebrity is not inexpensive. Besides the cost of the training and coaching, you have to pay for all the airline flights, hotels, rental cars, meals, and any other miscellaneous… Read More »

In Advice for Family Travel On April 7, 2016 8 Comments

It Had to Happen

It Had to Happen A new study from Deloitte & Touche, LLP found that about three-quarters of high frequency business travelers—the most lucrative kind to airlines—belong to more than one loyalty program. And only about 40 percent of these business… Read More »

In Advice for Airlines, Advice for Hospitality On August 21, 2013 1 Comment

Why American is my Favorite Airline

When I moved to Austin, Texas from Greensboro, North Carolina, I quickly discovered the shortcomings of US Airways service for the city. The only flights in or out were on regional jets with no first class cabin and a not… Read More »

In Advice for Airlines, Advice for Business Travel On August 5, 2013 1 Comment

Stressed When Traveling? Try These Few Tips

With business travel on the upswing—and travel, in general, is forecast to be brisk through the end of the year—finding ways to ease the stress of traveling is more important than ever. When traveling, I urge people to be conscious…. Read More »

In Advice for Family Travel On July 16, 2013 4 Comments