Did you know the most popular search on the internet relating to chefs is ‘What’s the difference between a personal chef and a private chef’? That’s because there’s so much confusion about the two terms. Not just for consumers, but chefs. That’s why I made this guide as a free resource.
You’ve got questions. This guide has answers.
Here’s how to get your guide for free
Join my Facebook group and for immediate access to the 2021: Year of the Independent Chef guide.
What’s the difference between a personal chef and private chef?
This question seems basic, but there’s a lot of overlap, and the traditional definition of these jobs doesn’t suit our modern day as much as the new term independent chef. After all the shift that hit the fan in 2020, the Year of the Chef is finally here: 2021.
This guide will answer your questions about the new, fastest growing career path for chefs who want to call their own shots, do what they love, and get paid what they’re worth.
To get the guide for free click on the link to join my Facebook Group: Holly’s Chefs Who Call Their Own Shots
Does a personal chef or private chef earn more?
The pay depends on many factors, and you’re wise to know what’s involved before you take on a job like.
What are the qualifications of a private chef?
(And how to avoid becoming your client’s nanny and dog walker)
What is the job description of a personal chef?
Use this guide to how you can make a profitable business serving your food to people who want to reclaim their time at their dinner table.
- learn where clients look to find you, chef
- what one thing most clients want from chefs in 2021 and beyond
- discover real-life examples of chefs who are crushing it on their terms
- plus get essential tips for your success
- and find out how to get started
How can I start my business as a personal chef or personal chef?
When you’re ready, chef… here are 4 ways I can help you grow your independent chef business:
1. Join the Facebook group: Holly’s Chefs Who Call Their Own Shots
Chefs get daily tips, weekly training and community support for running their own business.
2. Attend my workshop on What You Need to Know to Start Your Business.
Whether you’re new or already running your chef business, if you need more clients this 120-minute workshop is for you.
3. Take the Rapid Business Launch 30-Day Program.
If you’re ready to take Viking-like action and make this the year you start a business that’s profitable from Day One, sign up for an appointment with me and immerse yourself in my 30-day accelerator.
4. Ask questions, get help with me and my team
If you’d like to work directly with me and my team so you can call your own shots, do what you love and get paid what you’re worth…contact me!