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Sports Coaching



Spanish to English Translation
I'm excited to use my varied skills and hobbies to help others! I believe in a community lifestyle
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Spanish to English Translation

Golf course reviews
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Golf course reviews

Horse Training Advice
I love trades, I love service for service.
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Horse Training Advice

West Coast shore fishing
To be able to utilize my skills to help or support others.
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West Coast shore fishing

Sports Crash Course
Seems very interesting to barter someone's talents instead of paying money for them!
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Sports Crash Course

Crocket lesson
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Crocket lesson

Personal Bowling Coach
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Personal Bowling Coach

Sporting advice
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Sporting advice

Gun Safety Tips
I grew up in a rural community where helping one another as fellow human beings is the norm, so to have a community like Simbi that is "all-for-one" makes it feel like I'm at home in my community.
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Gun Safety Tips

Volleyball Feedback
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Volleyball Feedback

Golf Lessons
Trading services is a great idea.
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Golf Lessons

Paul's NFL Sports Analysis
I have never really liked the idea of paying over the internet, but with Simba it can be done easily, and without the risk of losing money.
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Paul's NFL Sports Analysis

Soccer instructor
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Soccer instructor

1 hour mobility/flexibility session
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1 hour mobility/flexibility session

Ice Hockey Referee Advisor
Simbi offers the opportunity to work with professionals and learn from them without having to spend large sums of cash. It is an excellent way to stipulate personal growth.
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Ice Hockey Referee Advisor

Swimming Advice / Lessons
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Swimming Advice / Lessons

Horse Training Advice
My husband and I are excited to use Simbi to share our skills. This concept is a great one because it may bring people together for service exchanges that otherwise they would not have had the oppo...
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Horse Training Advice

Horse Training Critique
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Horse Training Critique