Until The New York Times asked for his opinion about this trend, Erik Torkells did not even notice it. Yet he was a part of the trend – and it related to his area of expertise.
Then Torkells looked back on this year and recognized that “…the vast majority of my trips were as much about being with people I care about as they were about the destination.”
Hint: Sometimes we are simply too close to a “Me2We” approach to life that we just don’t recognize it.
How can you mark significant dates with others by taking a getaway trip, enjoy the journey and play in a new place or one that holds special significance? From adventure and cultural travel to spas and taking seminars we can see new sides in each other when we share unfamiliar places.
Next year we already have plans to travel to Miami (speaking and seeing friends), Los Angeles (speaking and seeing god daughter and her mother), New Zealand (speaking and seeing friends), Neapolis, Greece (wedding) and Croatia (meeting new and old friends). Plus several friends are gathering here in Sausalito for a reunion.