Traveling Part II: On the Road and Across the Pond(s) and Into 2018

I’m finally on my way home to be with my wife and family over the Holidays and I’m looking forward to it. I’ve been on the road traveling it seems this last 2017 Business Quarter almost nonstop.

I often feel like the famed American journalist Charles Kuralt. Kuralt’s “On the Road” segments like my travels have had its peaks and valleys. There are vast moments of “discovery” and “amazement” and the accompanying frustration and stress (you can’t have one without the other). Traveling alone I am comforted with patterns and systems. Travelling with my family I am comforted by their companionship, joy, and sharing the good with the added challenges of forgetting they haven’t experienced traveling as much as I have been able to and they don’t have my refined systems of navigating global travel. (Tricks of Global Traveling by Daniel Morris; the eBook coming soon)

While travel can be tedious at times, I never find it boring or absent of “discovery”; I always learn something new on my trips. I thoroughly enjoy meeting new people with fresh and different perspectives. Learning along the way that we are all connected individuals with a shared Concerns and genetic beginnings. The benefits of this type of intellectual stimulation from outside my “Bubble” are invaluable toward learning and discovering more about how to provide and fulfill “needed” high-end financial services.

I enjoy the collaborations amongst those of different cultures, genders, faiths, countries, and beliefs. Conversations run the gamut from our children and how different their lives are today to Brexit to Bitcoin to War and to Peace. One of the most common themes vetted through my travels are “What the heck is America thinking and doing?” This is a political and economic question and one that covers a broad range of derivatives, commentaries, assumptions, and ultimate personal perspectives.

That is part of why I travel so frequently. I travel to represent my customers; to represent them for today, and tomorrow because this is what is needed to help all of them to succeed.

It’s Good to Be Home
Happy Holidays Everyone

Daniel Morris
Daniel frequently provides Media Content via Workshops, Podcasts and Printed Articles on topics like Cross-Border Transactions, Wealth Preservation and Planning, Global Banking and many other high-level financial topics that serve and demonstrate the Value of our Global Network that should be of interest to those who need Private High-Wealth Services. If you wish for Daniel to speak to you or your Professional Group, please contact us.

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