Curiosity drives the Lovecat


I travel well over half the year.   Yesterday, I was in Copenhagen.

Airports, hotels and ballrooms are my life-venues.

How do I cope?  Through a sense of purpose, laced with intense curiosity.  When I visit a new place, I'm always looking to learn something new about its culture.  This drives me out of my room and into the wonderful world of the new.

When I sit on a plane, I'm interested in the person sitting next to me.  This drives me from an iPod induced state of (rude) silence and into a conversation that may very well be life changing.

This picture (above) is the theme for one of Copenhagen's famous contemporary art museums.  It sums up a fabu philosophy about overcoming the fear of the unknown — and turning painful business travel into joyous globe trotting.