I know the challenges you face as an independent restaurant startup.
Many people know they want to start a restaurant but don’t know the first steps to take.
I can answer your questions, bounce off ideas and give honest and realistic professional feedback.
Book a one-on-one session with me and find out how to figure out exactly what it is you want to do and then how to take action on it.
I can prevent you from making the typical mistakes startup entrepreneurs make.
I’ve been very fortunate to work with some amazingly talented chefs and restaurant owners.
This experience led me to be a successful restaurant entrepreneur for almost two decades.
Now I’m teaching others how to do the same.
I know you may have fears preventing you from taking that crucial first step. You’re afraid to start because of the unknown. It isn’t easy to begin a business, but it’s not as complicated or as scary as many people think, either.
I’m not like most people around you that won’t encourage you, and some will even discourage you to pursue your entrepreneurial dream.
“I Beleive The Greatest Impact a Person Can Have Is Helping Others Make Their Dreams Come True!”
Do You Have Questions About Starting Or Running A Restaurant?
If you want answers before diving into a restaurant business, I’m the person you need!
Here’s your opportunity to get answers to your questions.
Below are the options I offer to answer your questions.
Is a one on one coaching call with me the right thing for you?
Bare in mind; it makes sense if you have one main problem or one main goal that you would like to focus on for the hour-long session with me.
However, if you are looking for a strategy and are an absolute beginner and don’t have enough money to invest just yet, then I recommend you do not start with a private coaching session.
It’s a step-by-step, common-sense procedure and I know the steps, and I want to share them with you.
One of the most common warnings you’ll hear is about the risk of starting a restaurant.
Everyone will tell you are taking a big chance to start your own business. Sure, starting a business is risky, but what in life isn’t?
If you carefully consider what you’re doing, get help when you need it, and never stop asking questions.