|Mr. David Glenn|
EP: Do you travel mainly for business, pleasure or both?
EP: Do you prefer traveling via plane, train, boat or automobile?
DG: Mostly by automobile, but I choose plane for longer distances.
EP: What is your favorite destination and why?
DG: Hawaii because it's tropical, beautiful, peaceful and fun.
EP: What is your preference for airlines?
DG: I prefer Southwest Airlines because of its reasonable prices and good service.
EP: What is your preference for hotels or accommodations?
DG: Marriott properties offer safe, clean and reliable options.
EP: Do you book your own travel or prefer a travel agency?
DG: I usually book my own travel.
EP: Do you have any suggestions for making the most of loyalty programs or points?
DG: Research all your options, be sure to read the fine print so you know all the details, and do not buy points.
EP: Are you loyal to any particular brands?
DG: I'm not really loyal to any specific brands; instead, I seek the best deals from those I trust.
EP: When flying, what do you ensure is in your carry-on?
DG: My computer, a new paperback book and tissues (just in case).
EP: Do you keep an extra bag of toiletries packed?
DG: Yes! I make sure it includes my deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, shave kit, etc.
EP: How do you organize your time while on-the-go?
DG: I make sure to minimize stress by not over-scheduling myself.
EP: Do you use technology to help stay productive and organized? If so, what's your favorite program, app, website or tech tool for surviving the chaos of daily life? And what's your favorite for being your best while traveling?
DG: I don't use technology much for staying organized. I still use an old-school desk calendar! My calendar actually is custom-made each year by a listener who became a friend; he takes photos from his international travels, copyrights the photos / calendar and gives his calendars to a handful of friends / colleagues each year. I do, however, keep track of my accommodations by adding all the details and confirmation numbers to my smartphone. And I like using the Notes app, which may qualify as productivity technology.
EP: Across all your travels, which restaurant did you enjoy most, why was it your favorite and what was the best food?
DG: Le Belvedere in Tahiti due to its breathtaking view in an incredible setting, and the mahi mahi was delicious.
EP: If you could have one super power to make traveling (or life in general) a little better, what would it be?
DG: Flying like Superman!
Thanks for sharing so many excellent tidbits, Mr. Glenn!