Check your attitude for a better business trip

10/19/2011 |

Losing your cool when a travel hiccup occurs isn't going to get you moving any faster, so it's important to learn a few "attitude adjustments" so you can straighten up and fly right, writes Joe Brancatelli. "If you want to travel better and be more productive, consider changing your approach toward the entire process," he writes.

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