I travel for work. Not as much as some people but a lot more than most people. I’ll spend a month or two on the road per year.
- I don’t have to travel as much as I do. I choose to travel most of the time.
- I don’t have to do work that requires me to travel. I could choose to do work that I spend nearly 100 percent of my time at home.
- I don’t have to speak. I don’t have to go to conferences. Most of the time, I don’t have to go meet clients in person.
So as I travel to Orlando this week to attend Globoforce’s WorkHuman, a neat conceptual HR conference that goes beyond what most user conferences try to achieve, I’m forced to examine why I chose the schedule I follow.