CATER YOUR WAY TO RICHE$Written by Joan Bramsch
How many times have you been told: "You're a terrific cook! You should be in catering business."
And how many times have you thought to yourself, "It could be a great experience, being a caterer." But you were afraid! And you didn't know where to begin.
CATER YOUR WAY TO RICHE$ aims to quickly and easily fill in all those gaps with information. Information that will let you Cater Your Way To Riche$ and to personal satisfaction. Even on a part-time basis, for once in your life, you can be boss. Yes, for you, there is money to be made in catering.
This book will deal with less demanding, less competitive, small type business that a new caterer/entrepreneur can handle from her or his own kitchen or that of client.
ARE YOU IN THE BIG LEAGUES?Written by Sharon Dalton Williams
In recent weeks I've watched quite a number of football games, both professional and college. Professional and college football games are played with basically same rules. In fact, unless you're an "expert" in football, you may not be able to tell difference.
During one professional game, announcer was commenting on quality of play of one of rookie players. The rookie had played college football year before and had been drafted into National Football League (NFL).
The announcer said that it was time for rookie to start playing like a professional. He needed to stop playing at college level and start playing at big league level since that's where he was now. This comment grabbed my attention, and I hope it grabs yours too.
As I thought about that comment, I saw that at college level, players are first and foremost college students working toward their degree. They do play football, but football is not entire focus of their lives. In professional football, players live, breathe, and eat football. That's what they do. That's what they get paid for.