Simbi has created a very easy and streamlined way for people to look at themselves and the unique things they have to offer, and put them out there in the world.
Art and design are my passion, my life blood. The ability to do that all the time and help people out is really what keeps me connected to Simbi.
Some might say we have New York Strip taste on a Big Mac budget. But everyone has something to offer and that’s how I started my venture into bartering.
I saw how other people are incentivizing their passions, hobbies, and talent to create something mutually beneficial and I was inspired to do the same for myself.
I’ve always wanted to have my portrait painted, and I’ve never known where one would go for such a thing. I messaged Jessica, and soon enough she was at my apartment, easel in tow.
Normally I would not have been able to afford such services, but with Simbi it was possible! I ended up getting all of my security deposit back, which would have been impossible without…
I have finally been able to have days at a time where I didn’t have limited range of motion and aches in my neck, and have even picked some other hobbies back up.
It seemed like a really awesome premise, but how good could it be? Do I have something to offer that people out in the world want? Do people out there have something I want?
In exchange for the simbi points, so far I […] got a card mailed to my mom, received a canned nectarine sauce, recruited 3 beard oil testers, received handcrafted dry shampoo…
I could go on about how it’s a fascinating little playground sheltered from capitalism and how the economics geek in me is very interested to see how it matures…