Running a travel business is an expedition filled with numerous firsts – the inaugural client, the initial sale, the debut website, the first client complaint, and the first travel emergency. Yet, these very firsts pave the way for enjoying the perks of being a travel professional, such as the first trip using hard-earned points, the coveted 5-star review, or the first six-figure year.
While the allure of these benefits is undeniable, it’s crucial not to overlook the essential processes that precede them. In the quest for success, it’s easy to become complacent and resist change, missing out on growth opportunities.
In this blog post, let’s delve into the necessity of embracing the unfamiliar, pushing ourselves beyond our comfort zones, and making a habit of doing things for the first time to foster continuous personal and professional growth.