In this episode, they speak on the importance of authenticity, building long-term relationships, leveraging diversity of thought, having an entrepreneurial mindset, and maintaining a positive work environment in the food service industry. They emphasize the importance of having a strong foundation and understanding of one’s business in order to be able to take risks and be creative, and advocate for giving team members autonomy and minimal guardrails in leading their businesses.
I love the food service. It’s a much more of a consultant approach, which I loved because, at the end of the day, it’s long-term relationships versus, “Hey, what’s next quarter?”Ivan Estrada
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