For starters, traveling teaches you patience. There may be times where we have to endure a long line at the airport, or our room may not be ready upon arrival at the hotel. Learning that these are minor issues and not getting upset about what you can’t control allows you to transfer this skill to everyday living, whether at home or in the workplace—enabling you to enjoy life instead of having a negative experience.
Next, social skills: This is probably the most beneficial skill to develop and apply daily in today’s tech world. Learning how to adequately address the people working at the front desk, bell boys, or housekeeping goes a long way in life. Traveling allows you to interact with people from different cultures, backgrounds, and skillsets. Developing these skills will have a very positive impact on your life from personal to the workplace.
Traveling also allows you to hold better and more relatable conversations.
You can share your stories about your favorite coffee shop, experience, or memories of that destination, and those that have been there will know your well-traveled and will relate better to you— making you a more credible and likable person. As you move through life and find yourself in a discussion about Paris, Berlin, Miami, Dallas, Hong Kong, or any other destinations in the world, it will trigger your memories and instantly create a feeling of happiness as if you were at that destination.
Vacation Ownership Advisor Team