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September 24 2009 Personal Chef Newsletter

Hey Guys,

It's been a moment since I've been able to drop a line to you, so thanks for hanging in there with me. A lot of ups, downs and transitions have taken place since the last time I talked to you, but it's all as they say "good". [smile]

Quick recap on life outside of work:
Family's doing good.
Moved into our new place.
My wife and I did a couple of very successful cheffing events.
And we lost a young member of our family who had just graduated with their Masters Degree.

God has kept us in His covering and in good spirits throughout the whole process; and for that we are all very grateful.

Now let's talk food and ways to boost your Personal Chef business!

These two articles are by no means exhaustive, but they do give a good nudge in the the right directions to help round out your on/offline PC building activities. You can not only build your knowledge base, you can also build your network off resources when you do just a few, if not all, of these things.

Good Eats to you!!!


Get your creative marketing findings in order from now and have a box where you keep your props and things like that. I have an ideas box that houses all of the brochures and fliers that catch my attention. I have, not only foodie media, but also travel, automotive, library, gardening, fashion brochures, etc. They give great examples of what is standard in those respective industries, along with clues to their mindsets and how you may need to approach them when prospecting for new clients.



Here are the latest articles from the Personal Chef site at

Research Information Sites for Your PC Business
by Jason Hodge - Personal Chef & Vegetarian Sites Editor
Nutrition is the most important thing when it comes to sustainability in your cheffing for clients. There is a wealth of information online that can help make your life and culinary career a lot easier.


Cooking For More To Boost Your PC Business
by Jason Hodge - Personal Chef & Vegetarian Sites Editor
Have you ever cheffed a party where more folks popped in than you planned? I've done a number of them. Do you rigidly stick to your agreed upon numbers or do you adjust and turn an inconvenience into opportunity? Here's what I mean.





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You know, I really enjoy writing for you. If you tell me the areas you're most interested in I'll do my best to address them. Let me know what's on your mind and let's have a lot of fun together as we explore the world of food and the folks who love it. Pass this newsletter along and let's do breakfast, lunch and dinner together.

Join me next time when I put out more foodie stuff!!!

As always... it's been a pleasure sharing with you. Until next time...

Jason Hodge
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