There is a time when you know you let something go.
There is a time when you knew it was due to self-doubt.
It happens when outside influences let you get distracted from yourself.
Then I get distracted again and again and again and again and again.
Also I realize that I write about an industry that has been good to me and now owns me.
I hate the same industry and want out; it has worn on me and provides more frustration than anything.
Every time I have left, I sadly find myself back to the dining rooms of the Las Vegas Strip.
This path is as destructive as it is productive.
It all leads to the self-designed prison.
Working for others, not in control.
It has to end; it has to end soon.
The story is the same, it is nothing new.
I’m not the first, nor the last to end up back here.
However, I am trapped in its hamster wheel.
“Just when I think I’m out, they pull me back in”
The scene is familiar.
It is time for a change.
What does this change have to do with a restaurant?
What does it have to do with improving service?
What does service have to do with this?
Servicing guests and people in a professional manner is important to becoming free.
Free of what?
Read above, it starts with W and ends with K.
Its a 4 letter word, that many people dred.
When is it time to start thinking beyond the server station, bar well, cold box #2 or managers office?
Do you want to live a different life than working in this industry?
Are you better than what got you in the rabbit hole in the first place?
Is your job in a similar industry taking you down?
What is the industry you are in?
Are you at the point where showing up is a chore?
Is it time for a different career or lifestyle?
Lets open up the discussion on what happens next for us all.Spread the word with the whole staff!