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Business, Family, and Efficiency on a Five-Day Trip to Querido Mexico


Finding balance between professional commitments and personal life can be challenging. However, my business trip to Mexico, now coming to an end as I wait for my flight at el aeropuerto Benito Juarez, has turned out to be a harmony of productivity and personal connections. It seems like I accomplished a month's worth business success and personal connections in these past five days.


The trip was initially centered around important meetings with specialized accountants and attorneys. These sessions not only provided valuable insights into strategies but also fostered a sense of confidence in next steps to be taken. Meeting with my personal lawyer, who has my professional and personal interests keenly in mind, added a layer of clarity and surety for future success.


Efficiency became the theme of my trip as I juggled responsibilities and to-do’s between two major cities and the farm. A visit to a commercial tenant to renew the yearly contract and ensure any property concerns were addressed, further cemented our landlord-tenant relationship. A multitasking approach proved to be a time-saver, leaving room for visiting family, which enriched the trip.


Amidst the professional hustle, I carved out moments to reconnect with tíos, primos, sobrinos, and even to the birthday party of the “maestro”, who built our house on our 40 acres a decade ago. These visits brought warmth and nostalgia, strengthening my bonds with la familia that distance tends to dilute. Quality time with all of them added joy and laughter, creating cherished memories that transcended the demands of work.


Usually all my business focused trips to querido Mexico wind up not being just about ticking off tasks but also about exploring and reconnecting with mis raíces. This reconnection recharges me. La familia, mi rancho, the authentic homemade and street vendor cuisine, and the warmth of connections serve as a refreshing backdrop to my otherwise demanding schedule.


The energy of Mexico querido, the love and connections with family, fueled my productivity. Getting stuff done and personal time with them unlocks a refreshed vigor within me.


In retrospect, these five days felt like a month of meaningful experiences. The successful business meetings, the cherished family moments, and being back in querido Mexico with all of the conjured memories of youth and life blended seamlessly, leaving me with a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment.


This trip to querido Mexico is a testament to the power of intertwining professional endeavors with personal connections, proving that a well-balanced journey can be both productive and enriching.


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