Breeze Through Airport Security! (Hopefully.)

 

Breeze Through Airport Security! (Hopefully.)

For Steve Brill and harried airline passengers, this could be really big On October 27, 2001, I took a taxi to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station and boarded a train to Chicago for a direct marketing convention. In the aftermath of 9/11, I was not afraid to fly. Rather, I had heard horror stories about travelers spending four hours dealing with airport security and even then missing their flights. I figured low-key down time on an overnight train was better than eight hours of high tension at PHL and ORD. While on the train, I wrote a piece for Target Marketing magazine's Web site saying


More Takeaway Points to Consider

* At www.alterpreneur.co.uk, Hilary Osborne writes on May 16, 2005: Less than a quarter of business owners set up their firms in order to make a lot of money, with almost two-thirds seeking more control over their lives, according to research from insurer More Than. Of 1,000 owner-managers questioned for the Health, Wealth & Happiness report, just 3% said they hoped to emulate high-profile entrepreneurs like Richard Branson. Instead many were motivated by a lifestyle change--60% said they went into business in order to get more control over their lives and 54% said they did so in order to be