3 Things Chefs Do Well That You Should Learn

If you love to eat you have been in a kitchen, and I am sure you have been in an open kitchen.  I love anywhere where I can see how the company works and understand the dynamic. Executive Chef’s rarely cook during service, their job is to ensure everything goes right – think Gordon Ramsey …

The Newlywed Effect

Ever tried a restaurant and fell in love with it?  Everything was magical and perfect, wasn’t it? Tried to go back a second time? Didn’t quite live up to what the first time was did it? In fact generally it goes down hill or goes up and down. This is called the newlywed effect – and its …

Your Frontline

Customer’s are the doorway to your success, no customers, no success, no product nothing else can happen without someone (a customer) interacting with your product. So next time a customer makes a complaint, or even a suggestion, make sure whoever is on your frontline that receives the message that they interact an make the customer …

You Aren’t – So Just Be

Everyone, everywhere wants to be someone they aren’t.  You aren’t – stop and learn from others, take what they have made and make it your own.  Stop imitating, stop copying and start doing. The sooner you do the sooner you will get to who you are – but understand that right now, right here you …