Executive Travel Magazine
The Good Life
Just what constitutes the good life? What do luxury and affluence mean today, especially when seen through the eyes of global business leaders? These are questions we delved into in this issue of Executive Travel.
The good life evolves as the economy and culture change. But what remains timeless is its place at the convergence of abundance, affluence, access and achievement.
The year’s best mobile phones include the usual suspects, as well as some new faces.
In a world with increasing demands on our time, energy management is the newest productivity tool.
Move ahead of the pack by managing email overload and ensuring that emails you send will be effective.
New product options and improved aircrafts make flying noncommercially an accessible luxury for executives.
Play can strengthen your brain and business skills, and the newest games take creativity and problem-solving to higher levels.
Born and raised in the Motor City, IT services company CEO Cynthia Pasky is, of course, passionate about cars. But here, she updates us on Detroit's new economy and its modern appeal.
It may be time for your dream golf trip. These five splurges are designed for high-flying executives.
From mountains to forest to sea and beyond, Seattle's focus on food takes its cues from its environs.
Shorter meetings increase attendance, lower costs and get people back to their work.
These updated luxuries are worth the splurge to keep you in style, whether you're at work or at play.