Doug is not a celebrity.
And yet, he can go to the Bahamas any time he wants. He can sail yachts and stay in private island homes.
Doug is not a pilot… but he can fly in fighter jets. He can go skiing in Aspen… and play golf at exclusive clubs.
How does Doug get paid to play with millionaires’ toys and take exotic trips around the globe? He’s in the “fun biz.” And it doesn’t involve travel writing or photography.
It works like this…
First, you arrange a trip you really want to take – something cool that others will want to do, too. This can include fun things like taste-testing fine wines, hiking big mountains, seeing the Northern Lights from glass-top igloos, to name a few.
Then you find a market of people interested in the same thing. (Lots of niche websites offer free advertising for trips that include things like golf, music, cooking, vintage cars, hiking, painting, fishing, spirituality, bird-watching, gardening, writing, art, yoga, and fine wines.)
You put a tour together that includes the things you want to do and the places you want to stay. Then you use those free outlets to advertise your tour, marking up the price so that YOUR trip is completely paid for and you’re making a tidy profit for your efforts in securing the locations and all the tour guides you’ll need on the ground.
Whatever you like to do when you travel… whether it’s to relax, golf, motorcycle, sail or hike, there are others out there right now searching the web for tours they can take that include these fun things.
You don’t have to create a need or a desire for your tour. People are already out there looking for someone else to do all the planning.
And as long as you’re offering a complete package deal – they’ll be happy to come along for the ride.
You’ll find examples of fun tours your fellow readers are already leading, here.
Is this something you can really do? Yes. Go here to learn more.