I travel for business extensively. I’m in my mid-30s, and as you can probably tell, I’m the typical Midwestern American suburbanite. You know, I live in the suburbs, my wife and I have two kids, the whole nine yards. It’s the typical middle-class existence in Middle America. What’s not to love, right?

Well, here’s the thing. If you’re traveling for business, it gets old really quickly. It doesn’t really matter whether you’re traveling through Columbus. Or Columbia. Or South Florida. Or North Dakota. It doesn’t really matter. Because when you’re trying to get from point A to point B because you have some business to close, it gets old really quickly.

Sure, it was really exciting when I first got my sales job when I was in my 20s. I was looking forward to meeting the world. I was looking forward to meeting interesting new people and hanging out in many different parts of the United States. However, once I got married, settled down and had kids, all that stuff got old quickly. I can’t wait to close the deal, regardless of where I am in the United States or elsewhere, so I can go back and watch my kids grow up. I’d rather spend time playing with them rather than putting food on the table. But hey, being the provider of the family, I have to take care of my commitments. I have to put food on the table. That’s why when I’m traveling through any place, I’d like to get through as smoothly, as quickly, as efficiently as possible. You have to pass the time.

For the longest time, this was kind of a challenge for me until it turned out that by simply bringing the kind of balance board UK visitors would want to bring on a business trip, I was able to break the ice. You see, I was struggling with an inspirational wall. I had this wall that I had to overcome. If I could not overcome it, I was not going to be able to close the deal. It’s as if the right insights, the right answers did not occur to me. It kind of like a writer’s block. You know when you are writing an essay, the right words just won’t come to you. The concepts just won’t form in your mind and you unable to put words to paper.

Well, salespeople will get that as well. So, when I went to a trip to Columbus, Ohio, I have this wild idea of bringing the kind of balance board UK visitors would want to use. Virtual distance, basically around the block, all of these amazing ideas came to me. What happened was my focus shifted by what I was trying to do to seal the deal to enjoying myself on this hoverboard. This little break enabled all this massive river torrent of ideas and creative solutions to start rushing through. So, do yourself a big favor, if you ‘re dealing with any kind of impasse, whether you’re traveling through Columbus of what not, check out riding hover boards. Get yourself one and you’ll be surprised to how creative you can be.