For Marcus, being outdoors is a mind, body, and soul experience. Growing up in Harlem, his first taste of the outdoors was at summer camp. Now, 33 years later, Marcus is still in New York. He's busy preparing for the birth of his first child, running his own strategy consulting firm, and heading for the mountains on weekends.
Returning to work on Monday morning, your co-workers may give you curious glances before settling into their workstations with a cup of Joe. Before you shake your head and start planning a new trip, here are some tips to get your co-workers tagging along with you on your next adventure:
We're excited for many of the changes that are taking place. New adventures, new locations, new people, new countries. Yet, even as we grow, we want to keep our small, feel-good community intact. One way of maintaining this is through our new blog. We're hoping to use it as a place to detail trips, offer tips, introduce our guides, and highlight our clients. Most importantly – beyond sharing secrets and words of encouragement – we want to connect.