Got Jet Lag? Use This Trick to Banish It Once and for All . . .

Ugh . . . jet lag–the dreaded tormenter of travelers far and wide.  I know a thing or two about traveling as it’s a huge part of my career and my years of consistent traveling have taught me the one and only thing I need to know about jet lag which I’m going to share with you today.  Last year alone, I traveled on roughly around 50 flights, many of them being international routes requiring long (and I’m talking LONG) hours of plane travel and adaptation to some significant time zone changes which can sometimes make the simple act of sleeping a very challenging task.

When people learn of my travel schedule, I’m commonly asked how on earth I deal with what must be horribly exhausting jet lag–a common affliction for business professionals in any industry which requires extensive travel.  I actually have a very simple tactic for overcoming jet lag and, I made this brief video to explain it in hopes that it will help others to whom jet lag is a big challenge.

I can almost guarantee you that if you adopt this jet-lag-combatting strategy, you’ll be up and at ’em, networking like a pro and doing business like a true sales star no matter where your travels take you or how hectic and exhausting your schedule is!

Do you have any creative strategies or sure-fire tips for dealing with jet lag?  If so, please share your ideas in the comment forum below–there are tired travelers all over the world who would LOVE to hear your suggestions!

4 thoughts on “Got Jet Lag? Use This Trick to Banish It Once and for All . . .

  1. It is always best to get into the new time zone as quickly and completely as possible and this is a valuable technique to follow. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Thank you for sharing this mr. Misner. From my own experience I can confirm that your strategy works. My personal strategy is that, after returning to Amsterdam from the BNI Conference in LA, I have a showe and go back straight into normal life (the office or other appointments). I go to bed a the regular time and I do not suffer from a jet lag.

  3. I would add that I immediately set my watch to the destination time and convince myself that is the current time.

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