"Why did you become a chef-owner if you haven't a clue how to run a business?"

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2010/09/28 17:28:35 (permalink)

"Why did you become a chef-owner if you haven't a clue how to run a business?"

For all you would-be restaurant owners out there. There's more to running a restaurant than knowing how to cook

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    DawnT
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    Re:"Why did you become a chef-owner if you haven't a clue how to run a business?" 2010/09/28 17:56:10 (permalink)
    Sad. Not for him, but his family. There had to be other factors involved besides debt. I can't imagine any man selfishly take his life and abandon his wife and 3 young boys.
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    guspas
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    Re:"Why did you become a chef-owner if you haven't a clue how to run a business?" 2010/10/09 17:50:47 (permalink)
    That is sad but alot of people that aren't in the business think that once you open up a restaurant that your rolling in money.  Not the case.
     
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    smokestack lightning
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    Re:"Why did you become a chef-owner if you haven't a clue how to run a business?" 2010/10/09 18:45:30 (permalink)
    This is a very sad story. Regardless of whether he should ahve been in the bisness it is sad. And your response is even sadded. A man takes his life and leaves a family and your response is to criticize his business choce. A little compassion maybe?
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