Personalized Travel Consultations in Lexington, Kentucky
Are You Planning to Travel Abroad?
If not, you should! Once the pandemic is under control, airlines and tourism boards will be offering some amazing deals. Beautiful destinations such as Thailand and Bali are anxious to restore tourism.
I left my job as a network engineer at IBM and began traveling the world full time in 2006. I didn’t have much help back then, so I had to learn everything the hard way. I made a lot of mistakes, but now I get to share the lessons!
As a travel coach, my job (and passion) is to help others experience the joy and life transformation that international travel can bring. I especially love meeting with local and aspiring travelers here in Lexington.
Common FAQ About Travel Coaching
Yes, you can find plenty of travel advice online. But speaking with an experienced person who has gone before you beats reading online articles any day.
I provide a sanity check (e.g., packing, itineraries, budget, etc) to make a trip less stressful and more memorable.
Is travel coaching a "thing"?
Yes! At least in bigger cities. I’m happy to be one of the first experts to bring this service to Lexington. A travel coach is very different from a travel agent. I don’t book tickets or sell tours.
I have been doing personalized travel coaching in Lexington, Kentucky. Ask me whatever is on your mind!
Where do we meet?
I ordinarily meet with clients in local cafes, but if you prefer, we can chat on the phone or meet online using your favorite live-streaming platform. WhatsApp, Skype, and Zoom are good choices.
For travel consultations in Lexington, I wear a mask and keep proper distance. I am fully vaccinated.
What does it cost?
Our first session is up to 30 minutes and costs $50. This is usually enough time to cover everything, but I won’t click a stopwatch as long as the conversation remains productive.
Remember: Time and work go into preparing for our meeting and notes after. I will share the results of any travel research done after our session.
Once we have a relationship established, you’re free to ask me follow-up questions via email or schedule more time.
Meet Greg Rodgers
I served as a Forward Observer (13F) in the U.S. Army and worked as a network engineer at IBM in Lexington, Kentucky, for eight years. After exiting the corporate world, I traveled to Southeast Asia for the first time in 2006 and promptly fell in love with the culture.
These days, I split my time between Lexington, Kentucky (my hometown), Asia, and Europe. I have earned my keep as a writer, editor, and Asia expert for outlets such as TripSavvy.com.
I look forward to becoming your personal travel coach in Lexington and getting you on the road to adventure!
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