Using adjectives and adverbs to sell more daily specials
Today’s special is…
As a restaurant owner or chef, you spend a great deal of time creating the daily special. If you would like your wait staff/servers to sell more, teach them the fine art of using adjectives and adverbs.
For instance, “Today’s special is fish tacos for $11.99.”
Teach your staff to use more tempting and expressive language, such as, “Today’s special is Caribbean style fish tacos. Lightly breaded haddock filets are served on flour tortillas topped with a sweet mango salsa and contrasted with a chipotle sauce that is not too spicy but just enough to turn on your taste buds.”
Want to turn up the sales a bit more?
Customers will often ask if the sever recommends the special.
Make sure they try a taste of it before their shift begins so they can add their own opinion, a good one, of course.
If you need some assistance training your staff on selling more daily specials or seasonal promotional drinks and dishes, contact me for more ideas.
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Promoting from within is a great idea when a company, organization, or school System is humming along properly with all systems functioning as they should. This shows that culture and climate have been integrated properly up and down the line.
BUT (huge ‘but’ here), when things are not running smoothly, there is absolutely no reason to promote a bad culture further up the ladder. The Peter Principle comes into play when a failing company promotes from within during a time when the culture is not conducive to growth and profitability.
When a company needs to makes changes, it is often best to hire from the outside to change the culture and climate. This can be done by hiring for open leadership positions, creating new leadership positions, moving people around, or hiring a coach to redirect the culture and effect positive climate change.
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Your skin loves to sweat. That’s how it cleanses, detoxifies, and stays younger-looking longer. After a good run, walk, gym routine, yard work, sports challenge, or romp with kids in the backyard, your skin feels cleansed on the inside, but dirty on the outside. That’s a good thing. Now, don’t mess it up by washing off the dirt and covering your skin with cheap products that contain toxins.
Yes, most shampoos, soaps, and moisturizers you get at the local store contain known toxins such as parabens, SLS, MIT, mineral oil, and more. Wouldn’t you rather use products that are healthy for your skin? And, remember…what goes on your skin, gets absorbed and processed by the organs on the inside that your skin protects. Feed it correctly and it will treat you well. Feed your skin garbage and everything else suffers with it.
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Soooo…you work really hard at eating healthy, and trust me, that’s not easy with all the junk that get’s push on you in the media and the grocery stores.
If you’re going to work that hard to eat healthy, why would you then put unhealthy cheap products on your skin…the largest organ on your body and the one thing that protects everything else? Doesn’t make sense, but people do it all the time. I mean, why work hard to put healthy stuff IN your body, then put unhealthy stuff ON your body?
Most store-bought skincare products contain known toxins, such as mineral oil, SLS, MIT, parabens, and essential oils treated with chemical processing. Even everyday items, like shampoo, soap, hand lotion, and more could be toxifying your body and defeating the purpose of eating healthy. You skin absorbs an average of 60% of everything that goes on it! What gets absorbed needs to be processed and eliminated somehow, adding stress to your liver and kidneys, etc.
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