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Thursday, June 8, 2017

How to Manage Your Monkey Personal Shopper

Somewhat related to running errands to earn money on the side is to become a personal shopper.

There are some people out there who absolutely hate to
shop.  Others thrive on it. 

If you are a person who loves to shop and has
a knack for finding the perfect gifts, personal shopping may be for you.

Armed with sizes, color preferences, and a list of other
necessary information, the would-be personal shopper heads off to places where the items requested can be found.

The personal shopper spends the hours it takes to find that perfect item.  Whereas the personalshopper is willing to spend their time, the customer is more interested in
saving time and is willing to pay for it.

Here is a win-win situation.
The personal shopper loves to shop and has the skills needed to do so.  The customer does not have the time
and/or the desire to shop and is willing to pay for it.

Possible clients are those who have demanding, but
high-paying jobs, like business executives.

If you love to shop, this side business might just be for

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