Behavioral Tips and Tricks
Bob Hope performing at a night club Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Eric Bielitz, a graduate of the University of Maryland, Eric Bielitz who has worked nights and weekends at old man bars, rock shows, and comedy clubs for the past five years. It pays the taxes on his day job. Comedy Club Etiquette: Do’s and Don’ts
13 Things a Burglar Won't Tell You | Reader's Digest Version Is it a crime to spend money on a home security system these days? A look inside the mind of convicted burglars will help you decide. Interviews by Michelle Crouch from Reader's Digest | September 2009 Loading 1. Of course I look familiar.
Adopt the 30/30 Minute Work Cycle to Increase Focus
Six ways customers tick off chefs 5@5 is a daily, food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe. If the name Ron Eyester rings a bell, it might be because we gave him and his @theangrychef tweets a little shout-out in our "Things we love" piece on Friday - right next to meat-themed shirts and pimento cheese. Eyester is the executive chef and owner of Rosebud Restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia - and boy, do customers get his blood boiling on a good many occasion. And while we might have promised Gripe Week was over on Friday, it is Monday - and we see that as reason enough to don our cranky pants and/or cranky apron once more for old kvetching time's sake. Five Six Things Customers Do to Tick Off a Chef: Ron Eyester1.