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“How do you do it?” "I could never work with my spouse—I need a break.” T and I hear this often from consumers as well as fellow EXP’s that we meet. While it has become second nature to us, working with your spouse and being...

With more EXP’s looking to obtain their CDL license and execute programs which require you to drive large vehicles to transport vehicle assets, the question of whether or not a Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card is needed always comes up. Ninety-nine percent of the...

As a EXP, picking a tour partner can be a challenge. Whether you are being paired with this individual by the agency, or you have previously worked with this individual, how do you ensure you pick a tour partner that embodies everything you will bring...

Any vetted EXP will attest that life on the road as a tour manager or tour staff member is completely different from executing events in-market. For one, stability is nonexistent. A willingness and ability to adapt to changes on the fly become second nature for...

In a previous blog, I discussed planning for slow periods as an EXP. A topic that is similar in nature is how essential it is to budget your funds during both slow and busy periods. So here are a few tips to keep in mind...