by Carolyn W. Paddock
Frances Cole Jones, author of How to Wow andThe Wow Factor, knows what it takes to make a good impression in any situation. Practicing good “airplane etiquette” is one sure way wow your fellow travelers—and perhaps ensure that your own in-flight experience is more pleasant as well. Here are a few of her ideas on how you can lead by example.
Wow in the Air:
Thanks to the book tour for “The Wow Factor” I’ve been spending quite a bit of time on airplanes, and here’s what I’ve learned: off-site doesn’t mean off duty. The person you’re sitting next to might be your next, great business connection. With this in mind, I put together the following list of things to do…and not to do: