Lead. Travel. Pray. was started by dear friends who met at work about 10 years ago. We no longer work at the same organization – or in the same city! – but we have stayed connected through a lot of personal and professional changes. People & thought leadership, global travel, and faith are the main bonds that make our friendship so fulfilling. This site and podcast were created to share our passions with family and friends…and hope we make some new friends along the way!
LeadTravelPray.com is the brain child of Michelle, Rebecca & Sandy who were fortunate to land on the same work team about a decade ago. We have remained great friends and are excited for this opportunity to share our passions of leadership and travel in a way that also allows us to share how faith plays… Continue reading About Us
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/Ep5_changeLeadership.mp3 CEB Research – https://www.cebglobal.com/insights/change-management.html What tools or models do you think are most helpful to people leading change? Kotter’s Change Leadership model Kotter book – Our Iceberg is Melting Kotter book – XLR8 (Accelerate) David Rock’s SCARF model – video overview When you see someone who just has a knack for championing change, what… Continue reading Episode 5: Living through Change
Most overnight flights provide airplane blankets to customers. However, there is no guarantee that the free blanket will be available to those in coach. Airplanes are also notoriously cold. Depending upon your seat, you could feel a draft throughout your flight. For women, consider buying an inexpensive pashmina to serve as a blanket, pillow, or… Continue reading Tip 55: Keep a Travel Blanket in your Carry On Bag
Parents know the importance of packing snacks when traveling with children. However, we don’t heed the same advice when traveling solo. Although snacks are available for purchase at the airport and in the airplane, there is no guarantee that you’ll have time to stop and shop or that your preferred snacks will be available. Unexpected… Continue reading Tip 54: Travel with Non-Perishable Snacks When Flying
Hotel rooms are very dark at night and it can be very disorienting to wake up in a strange room. Traveling with a night light can be comforting for kids and useful for adults who need to get up in the middle of the night. The new LED night lights eliminate the fear of having… Continue reading Tip 53: Travel with a LED nightlight
Hotels are competing for your business and reward loyalty. Sign up for free hotel loyalty programs and be sure to list your loyalty number on each reservation. In addition to earning free night stays, you may also be eligible for valuable room upgrades and free amenities. Even if you rarely stay in hotels, your loyalty… Continue reading Tip 52: Join Hotel Loyalty Programs
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/6_Self+Development.mp3 Show Notes: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs shows the importance of Self-actualization More downtime is great like personal retreats, mindfulness, prayer, yoga and relaxing vacations Gratitude journaling is a good method for reflecting on your blessings Volunteer leadership opportunities can be very rewarding and are within everyone’s reach 70-20-10 model of development More… Continue reading Episode 6: Self-Development