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Help you get started with Simbi
A circular economy platform that promotes sharing knowledge and skills, what more could you ask? I think Simbi offers something that we all need : An easy and affordable way to meet, get togethe...
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Help you get started with Simbi

Ask an Activist
After learning about Time-banking via a conference, I was very interested in Time-banking and getting it going locally. After my efforts reached a dead end I decided to join these larger platforms ...
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Ask an Activist

Ask a Libertarian
Place to share and spread skills and knowledge with willing and voluntary exchange.
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Ask a Libertarian

Ask a person with cerebral palsy
I like meeting new people and since I'm unable to work, this is one way. :)
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Ask a person with cerebral palsy

Gender and Sexuality Education
When I started simbi, it was because I needed ways to keep busy over the summer so I didn't melt, but the appeal of it now is all of the amazing friends I've made through here. I love learning abou...
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Gender and Sexuality Education

Learn the basics of motion tracking
Because is a great way to get used to work for clients and to freelance work. And I think its a great concept, really original.
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Learn the basics of motion tracking

How to start an online coaching
I am excited to be a part of this community, where I can get to meet a lot of people from around the world, and make new friends, exchange services, and I think its a wonderful platform for everyone!
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How to start an online coaching

Cooking Lessons
Simbi is a great website with easy accessibility & lots of beautiful talented individuals! I truly believe this place is full of giving in abundance and generosity. I searched and searched and this...
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Cooking Lessons

How to thrive in a famine
Money is overrated, and our society is too transfixed with Money. I'm more about giving and receiving value in other ways. We all have value to give whether its just putting a smile on somebodies...
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How to thrive in a famine

1 hour mentoring discovery session
Simbi let's me get what I need without money. Talent is a very great way to barter. This also helps me to network with people in different places around the world. I feel that SImbi is a place wher...
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1 hour mentoring discovery session

Ask  a Schizophrenic
I love being able to share my skills, while in return, getting amazing services. Simbi is an honest, straightforward way to exchange services that are beneficial for everyone involved.
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Ask a Schizophrenic

A Sociological Buffet
I love life, community, helping people, mutuality, peace, sustainability, social justice, daydreaming, coolness, happiness, teaching, writing, spreading awareness, inspiring goodness, veg eating, a...
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A Sociological Buffet

Ask a family suicide survivor
Exchanging services is something that has made complete sense to me for some years now. I have exchanged services with people occasionally and it feels like such an open hearted experience. I am ov...
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Ask a family suicide survivor

How-to Use Amazon Central
Thought I would give it a try as the exchange idea sounded neat and I know there are people out there, who can't afford to pay for services, & expand my portfolio. However, if you are able to pay f...
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How-to Use Amazon Central

Ask a Bartender
I'm hoping to exchange my skills and services for the things my family needs, and make a few friends along the way. I like this system much better than relying on the dollar.
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Ask a Bartender

Ask a union member AFL-CIO
I am here to swap some skills I have for some of the things I need for my business as I would like to concentrate on parts of my business that I cannot outsource. After Hours Hypnotherapy became ...
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Ask a union member AFL-CIO

Ask a Quebecer (French Canadian)
I take bartering as seriously as if dealing with real money, because it is a perfectly valid way to give and receive quality services.
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Ask a Quebecer (French Canadian)