“Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF Ask anyone who travels for work: It’s not as glamorous as it looks. Yes, sometimes you get to explore new places, meet interesting people, and rack up frequent flyer miles for future vacations.”
Richard Andrews's insight:
I'm publishing this as I sit alone in another uninspiring chain-restaurant on day 2 of a business trip. wonder why this article has struck a chord!!!
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