We all sometimes fall in a rut and tend to stay in the same routine, whether it is driving the same route to work or working for the same mystery shopping companies doing the same kind of jobs. Change is always hard for everyone, but with minimal effort, you can earn more money if you spend a little time looking at other mystery shops that are available.
You may already be a shopper and have found a nice niche in an area of mystery shopping where you know the shops requirements and have gotten comfortable performing the same jobs each month.
However, you will eventually encounter limits on the number of mystery shops you can perform. If you do not plan for other shops in advance, you might suddenly scramble to find jobs since many companies have shop limits for shoppers. Nevertheless, if you just spend a few minutes a day or an hour or so each week looking at other shop websites, you will always have a surplus of job opportunities available.
It does take a little effort to look for other types of mystery shopping jobs, applying at different websites, and then waiting for the right shop for your schedule. However, do not let your negative mindset convince you that finding those extra assignments is going to take time away from your present jobs.
Allow your mind to expand and learn new areas of mystery shopping jobs. Once you apply and occasionally check on new types of jobs, you can take your time to learn a new job’s requirements at your own pace, and then you will always be prepared to have a back-up supply of jobs to choose from especially when you meet your shop quota limits. So ensure you check other shopping jobs, such as banking, car negotiations, and other mystery shopping assignments. Do not let fear and lack of learning new concepts prevent you from making more money.