Simbiotic Stories For Our Blog
Do you have a Simbi story? Submit it to be published on our blog! Symbiotic Stories are real anecdotes told by you and other community members. Tell us about your deals and experiences with other members. If your story is published, we’ll credit your account with 150 simbi.
Previous stories here: http://blog.simbi.com/category/symbiotic-stories/
-A good quality, horizontal/landscape orientation photo of the author
-At least 500 words
Here are some prompts to get the juices flowing:
1) How and when did you find Simbi?
2) What inspired you to join?
3) What’s been the most surprising thing about your experience with Simbi so far?
4) What do you tell your friends about Simbi?
5) What else would you like to achieve via Simbi?
6) What tips would you give other Simbi members?
7) Where do you see the future of Simbi?
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About Simbi Team
We can change the game completely. Together, we can build our own economy on top of the broken one. We call this the Symbiotic Economy. Here, we create wealth by contribution to society, not extrac...tion. Generosity and gratitude are our central bank. We run on deeds, not dollars. And our standard of living is love. Our site’s credits, simbi, are the way we track our contributions and make sure that people give as much or more than they take. You earn simbi by providing whatever you’re amazing at, and you spend it on whatever will make your life better. You can also trade directly with someone if you find a match of wants and needs. You have your dollar income to spend on rent and groceries, and you have your simbi income to spend on living your best, more fulfilling, most healthy life. The great thing is that many of those in the Symbiotic Economy gain as much from providing services as receiving them since they give what they love. Someone may be an accountant by day, but they teach salsa through Simbi on the weekends. Day jobs pay the rent, Simbi services feed the soul.show moreOpen to other proposals
Simbi Team is looking for:
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