Most people have great intentions of traveling more. They are wanderlust spirits with a strong desire to explore this beautiful world. And yet… they don’t. For one reason or another, their aspirations to travel don’t materialize.
I am constantly looking for ways to better understand what my clients are truly wanting from their travel experiences, and for me to have the ability to anticipate what that person is looking for. In the realm of "luxury travel", it's evident to me that the definition of that should be a personal understanding of what the individual finds valuable.
What does luxury travel mean to you?
Is it over the top luxury in the more traditional sense, where you treat yourself to the best of the best when it comes to 5 star accommodations, indulge in the finest food and wine, and travel to your destination so that the plane itself feels like a resort?
Are you looking for more experiential luxury, so that you give up some aspects of luxury in the traditional sense in order to have more of a unique and authentic travel experience?
Or perhaps what you are looking for is an emotional experience, and that is what correlates to luxury for you because connecting at a deeper place can make it a life changing trip.
When I speak about understanding someone’s personally defined luxury travel experience, it is along these lines that I am trying to understand what you are after and what motivates you. This is the thing that is slightly different for everyone and what you will not get help with when you look only to the internet to help plan your travel.
My goal is to align specific client desires with the right locations, accommodations, and experiences. In the end, it’s all about discovering your own brand of luxury travel and making it come to life.
If you'd like to work together to make that happen, feel free to contact me for a free initial consultation.
Life is full of transition. You get somewhere, you stay there for a little while, and then right when you start to get comfortable, something inside of you is pushing you in a different direction. Nudging you towards something you should be doing, even when you don't really quite understand it. That's pretty much been my experience when it comes to my career path.
For years I did something I loved to do and had the chance to travel the world as a professional athlete, but then it came time to transition out. So, I took my skill set and my very unique sounding resume and made my way to Corporate America and started doing something else. It was something I could do, but not necessarily something I loved to do. After a while I began to feel that nudge. It was pushing me to get uncomfortable and start doing something I wanted to do-- something I felt passionate about. I have a love for travel, a heart for people, and a desire to help make their dreams come to life. I figured there has to be a way to make that into a career so that's what I'm doing. Today I announced my new career and the new path I am headed down. It's scary.. in a good way.