October 26, 2020

A New Manners To Go Etiquette Consultant in the Cayman Islands!


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is now teaching the Manners To Go program in the and we are thrilled to have her on the team.

So that you can learn more about Cynthia, we asked a few questions about her on the Cayman Islands and why she is excited to start her business teaching manners to children.


What excites you the most about starting a business teaching manners to children?

I am convinced that good manners, combined with active listening, lead to a more rewarding experience in any setting.


Tell us about living in the Cayman Islands

We are a British Colony, a melting pot of cultures and beliefs. Being one of the top financial centers in the world, life seems laid back, but can actually get quite hectic!


If you were asked by a family traveling to the Cayman Islands for the first time, “what to do with their time”, what would you recommend?

Leave your cell phone in your suitcase, swim with the stingrays, check out an outdoor activity  with your kids or take a picnic basket to any small public beach.


What have you learned from your children?

Patience and resilience.


What is your ideal morning?

Reading a newspaper from cover to cover or discussing world events over brunch with like-minded friends.


What was your favorite book to read to your children when they were growing up?

The House That Had Enough by P. E. King

Learn More About Becoming Certified to Teach Manners to Children


After successfully teaching thousands of children to have good manners, my deepest desire is that I will be able to help you do the same.

Manners To Go is a national brand that gives you the edge and a very fast start to your business and class instruction. The material is witty, contemporary and beautifully illustrated.

Why not build upon our success to create yours?

To learn more about the etiquette certification program by Manners To Go, click here.

If you are interested in starting your own business teaching manners to children, I invite you to have a conversation. Whether we decide to work together or not, I am confident our call will be full of insights.

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