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The Chefpreneur Podcast

Jul 11, 2019

Thanks for tuning in! This weeks podcast episode starts off with a question from Matt of the Chepreneur Movement Facebook Group. His question was:


Do you take your own plates, flatware, pots, and pans to the client’s house?”


The beauty and the advantage of having a Personal Chef Business is that you won’t need to shell out much overhead cost for equipment in making and presenting high-quality food. Let me share with you what I do in my own Personal Chef Business. What I personally do is that I don’t bring my own flatware, silverware, pots, pans, etc. to a Client’s house. I use as much as what is available at the clienteles’ house as possible. Why? It makes it easier and gives a better experience to the clients and so I could focus more on the task at hand which is to give them high-quality service and food. It is also better as we don’t want to leave or forget any equipment behind at the client’s place. But, if you need an equipment to pull off your dish, you can definitely do so.  


Listen to this week’s podcast to learn more, but please send me any questions that you might have to or join the Chefpreneur Movement Facebook Group

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In a Personal Chef Business, there are three points which have to be your foundation in getting clients:

  1. Make sure that your messaging is based or tied with the niche you want for your business and that you’re speaking to the right clients. You should define and know your niche to know your market. Instead of thinking that you should have plenty of inquiries, make sure that you’re putting out the proper messaging that is aligned with your niche and target market.
  2. You have to find other products and services that these clients are already using. For example, If you want to target people who are into the Keto diet, then understand what are these people using or going to such as doctors, gyms, etc.. From there, make partnerships with those businesses. Make them refer you to their clients, which is also your target market.
  3. Learn how to sell your services. Help the client envision their success and results with your services. You have to give that vision to your clients. Show them what difference your business can make in their lives. And, remember to give your clients an awesome journey of doing business with you.


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Stay tuned for next week’s Podcast entitled: Why many of you won’t make it in the Personal Chef Business?