It’s when you can focus
In the restaurant industry, the business comes in shifts. Two stand out.
There is the “heavy” shift, meaning the restaurant is busy. People focus. They just handle incoming requests.
On the other hand, there is “slow.” This is the time where the restaurants distinguish themselves.
- The good restaurants do prep, get the dining room in order, take stock of what happened and make adjustments for the next rush.
- The bad restaurants use it to catch their breath and don’t think about what’s next.
Our lives follow the same rhythm.
There are times when we are going fast, just trying to keep up, and time where we can to level up.
Pay attention to your rhythm and look for the “slow” time. It’s there where you leverage your best self.