Have you seen the quote in the title floating around before? If you haven’t, where have you been? It’s been a favorite among your staff for a while. The actual … Continue Reading Take Care Of Your People, And They Will Take Care Of You.
Today is the day! Today is the day that you celebrate the love of your life by taking them out to dinner, buying flowers and chocolates, then taking the night … Continue Reading The Love Hangover
Now, before you start getting offended, no, I’m not going to be pushing religion on you. I will be pushing philosophical thought and advice on you, though. So, if you … Continue Reading The Art Of Living: The Serenity Prayer
Reaching a management position is cause for celebration. It means that you’ve exemplified that you know what you’re doing well enough that you can (probably) successfully lead people in an … Continue Reading Management Is About Self-Awareness
Do you remember your first date when you were a kid? How you checked your clothes, your hair, made sure you didn’t smell, then began doubting yourself and checked everything … Continue Reading Body Language 101
What is happiness? Is it money, cars, women, men, liquor, a sick tattoo? People have been asking what happiness is for as long as there has been room for such … Continue Reading Staying Happy When You Don’t Want To
Working with someone who just doesn’t seem to want to be there can be draining at best and can bring down the morale of the entire team at its worst. … Continue Reading How To Work With A Grumpy Coworker
Alright, maybe that title is a little dramatic. You probably won’t die, although someone might lose their job. A survey from a few years ago shows us that 36% of … Continue Reading How To Work With Your S.O. And Survive
I’m going to say something that might piss of a lot of bartenders, but it needs to be said: Bartending isn’t difficult in and of itself. Alright, if you’ll put your pitch-forks and torches down for a second I can explain!
You’re going to run across people that you just don’t mesh with. There is just something about the way they speak, or the how they say what they’re saying that … Continue Reading How to Deal with Jerks and Win
Working in the service industry, there is only one thing that you know on any given day when you go to work: you have no idea what’s going to happen. … Continue Reading 5 Things Customers Do That Everyone Hates
A lot of people dream of opening a bar, or restaurant. The idea of pouring drinks, feeding people, and being an integral part of the community evokes excitement and visions … Continue Reading So You Want to Own a Bar
Have you ever heard of Plato’s cave? No? Okay, here’s the gist: Imagine there is a group of people chained to a wall in a cave. Their entire lives, they … Continue Reading Lifeline
Walter looked at me with confusion and amazement, “This is crazy. Alright, whatever you say, Jake the ghost of whatever. Let’s get on with it already.”
Yeah. This case was going to be good. Finally, something to look forward to.
Gerald was violently torn from his dream world and thrown scared, confused, and sweating into the “real world”—for the fourth time this week. This was an ongoing occurrence. Every few … Continue Reading Gerald’s Nightmare
This weeks theme: Setting. Wait, that’s it? Why yes, my fellow critiquers and writers, I want setting to take the forefront on the piece you share. This is the time to … Continue Reading Feedback Friday: Settings