By Candy Wallace and Greg Forte Wiley, $50 A personal chef gig seems ideal—at least when you're daydreaming about having one while grinding your way through a busy shift at your restaurant. But good cooking skills will take you only so far down this road. You'll need to be an entrepreneur as well. You'll do it all: Setting up the business, getting clients, providing top-notch customer service and making sure you get paid in a timely manner. Menu development, sourcing, prepping the ...
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