I know your trips on business for conventions and trade shows are packed solid with productive meetings and hard work. But most people think you behaved badly. Very badly.
According to a recent survey by Harris Interactive for virtual events company On24, which was quoted in the L.A. Times, a whopping 94 percent of those surveyed said “bad behaviors” take place among people who travel to business trade shows and conventions.
The behavior, according to those who took the survey, included heavy drinking (77 percent), cheating on a spouse (66 percent), spending too much money (54 percent) and eating fatty foods (53 percent).
With all that going on, how in the world did you find time to work?