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The First Impression

It was 7: 45 am on April 2nd of 2007 when I arrived for my first day of work at my previous job.  I hadn’t slept much the night before because of nerves.  I had closed my old restaurant the night before and departed that night knowing that I was leaving a great deal of […]

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Why Server Training Saves You Money

In the current economic climate most restaurant companies have been searching for a way to attract guests.  They have turned to a variety of discounts and value-oriented options to keep guests coming through their doors.  In order to maintain profitability, they have also looked for ways to cut costs.  One of the most common cutbacks […]

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The Reviews Are In

Read any good books lately?  When I sent out advanced copies of my book, I was hoping someone would say something nice about it.  All of the people who had read it previously did so to edit it.  Something about getting back all the previous copies covered in red ink made me wonder if it […]

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Five Reasons Managers Need Tips2: Tips For Improving Your Tips

Last week my first book Tips2: Tips For Improving Your Tips was released.  I have tried to make an effective argument for why servers looking to increase their income should buy this book.  Servers are not the only group that can benefit from this book.  I can say with absolute certainty that this book will […]

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Why Server Training Fails Servers

I have been reading a great deal lately about training and education models lately for a series on training I am working on.  The conclusion I am coming to is that restaurant training is suffering from far poor design and purpose.  It is based on an outdated and ineffective model.  It is structured in the […]

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