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“Cynthia, I don’t think I can ever express how much you changed my life with your ‘Capture the Paris Wow’ workshop. Thank you, thank you, thank you!” I was stunned when I read this unsolicited, glowing testimonial about my workshop. Sure, I knew my Paris creativity workshops are fun and transformative. Sure, I knew we all had a good time exploring Paris’ hidden gems with our notebooks at hand. But I hadn’t absorbed how much my creativity excursions change lives until I read this comment, and others like it, after I led my most recent creativity workshop last summer in Paris. It wasn’t that I hadn’t done my due diligence… I’d planned our special workshop meetings in the Luxembourg Gardens and in my favorite cafés… and organized unique excursions, as well as special treats and surprises. I’d spent several months spreading the word to enroll participants. I had connected with vendors and friends in Paris to ensure that we were going to have the experience of a lifetime. That’s all fun for someone like me who loves to plan, organize, and host. But the really, really juicy part of leading tours in the world – and you may be surprised to hear this – is that once we begin, it’s mostly out of my hands. Oh no, you may think. Lose control? Never! Trust me, I’m with you. I don’t like to lose control of my groups, and I certainly structure things so that we meet on time and that things work well. Because I’m a planner, we’re able to enjoy special adventures like meeting among Rodin’s sculptures at the Rodin Museum, befriending a successful Paris artist in his studio, and slipping back in time on the magical quiet of the streets just beyond the noisy tourist sites. I make sure that all happens smoothly. What I don’t control is how much fun my participants have. They get to absorb and experience all the fun in their own way and at their own pace. For my “Capture the Wow” workshops, our mission is to fill a journal with our impressions of the week. It’s so much fun to see how others respond in vivid color to the joys I have loved for years. When it’s over, I get responses like this one: “Cynthia, I’d walk through Paris anytime with you!” And “You have mastered the art of travel!” That makes me happy, knowing the week was special. But even more satisfying is knowing that the wow rolls on. Participants are still posting images from their journals in our private Facebook group. They continue to draw — literally and figuratively — inspiration from our time together in Paris’ sweet spots. They arrived strangers and are now championing each other regularly. One of my “Wowsters” even moved to Paris for six months because he loves it so much there. And we all cheered him on as he made this bold move. Last year’s excursion was truly one of the best. I made enough money to cover all my expenses in Paris for 10 days. I even made enough money to spend an additional 10 days in Berlin and a week in Amsterdam. Money I made from this trip even allowed me to jet to a remote Italian island after the tour to have a quiet beach vacation where I celebrated all the work I’d done. If that’s not enough, I ended up with $6,500 profit on top of all of that. That’s after all my expenses were covered, including the fees I paid to have an assistant with me on that trip and all the extra fees I paid to see Berlin, Amsterdam and Italy – hotels, flights, meals and all. As a businesswoman, I certainly do things for profit. But I can’t decide which is the better benefit — truly changing lives or having my own adventures while doing it. But really, I don’t have to choose. By taking people with me, I get to profit, have fun, and make a profound and lasting difference in people’s lives. If this sounds like your cup of tea, or Cotes du Rhone, or ale, you’ll want to check out my comprehensive guide, Leading Tours for Fun and Profit. I put everything I know about how to have this much impact and fun in one place, so that people who want to help others — and make their own profit and adventures — finally have a map to guide them on every step of the way. Share on Facebook [Editor’s Note: Learn more about opportunities to profit from your travels (and even from your own home) in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel. Sign up today here and we’ll send you a report, Get Paid to Travel as a Travel Writer, completely FREE.]

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