How do you stay productive on long haul flights, whether it is a flight from Europe to the USA, or even from Australia to Europe?
We spend so much time in the air with very little distractions while traveling, so it’s a great way to do something for your business.
Don’t let that time slip away (unless it’s a night flight). On those I’m usually sleeping.
But if you’re flying from Europe to America in the morning, it’s light outside the entire time, I’m personally never able to sleep on those flights.
I just got back home 2.5 weeks ago from a long trip, and had 2 long haul flights, one day-time flight, and another one was at night, so I wanted to share my biggest tips on how to stay productive and keep up with your business.
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First of all, you need to keep in mind that not all airlines offer Internet connection. Especially on transatlantic or any long haul flights. On some of them you can pay extra fee if you’d like. You have to plan out your activities in advance anyways, so that during your trip you know you have something prepared, such as videos pre-recorded or written blog posts, that you only need to publish.
If you DO have Internet during your flight, you already know what to do. And you can actually get so many things done if you focus. It’s very easy to get distracted or side-tracked if you allow yourself that. Yes, you can go and start browsing all over the Internet, or watching movies. That’s great, but if you have Internet and you know you can do something, get it done.
If you’re a consistent blogger like me, you can create several blog posts within focused 2-3 hours. If you’re using social media a lot, that’s what you can concentrate on – building up your audience, talking to more people, posting some more content (because we’re usually absent from social media for 8-12 hours if we don’t have Internet). You can also follow up with your messages if you have some.
But what do you do if you DON’T have Internet on a long flight? I didn’t on both of my flights (and actually on most flights I didn’t – I had 7 of them over the course of 2 weeks). In the video below I go over the exact things you can do in the “offline mode”.
Stay Productive on Transatlantic Flights
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