I wanted to take a moment to thank you personally for visiting this site after seeing the segment on the midday show.Â It was a privilage to be asked to appear to discuss my book.Â I do feel that this book is a valuable tool for those in the service industry, and particuarly those in restaurants.Â You can learn more about TipsÂ²: Tips For Improving Your TipsÂ by visiting www.tips2book.comÂ .Â As a special reward for visiting the site you can recieve 20% off the retail price of the book by using the coupon code “KSHB”.
You can also purchase the book in person at Prospero’s Books at 39th and Bell in Kansas City, MO (Near KU Med Center).
If you missed the interview, you can watch it here.
Here are some of the other restaurant related sites I write.Â Each of them have valuable information on a topic that might interest you.
Â Â The Hospitality Formula Network (http://hospitalityformula.com/)- is a compilation of all of the posts within the network on one easy-to-navigate page.Â This is the site you are on now.
Tips For Improving Your Tips(http://www.tipssquared.com/)- features articles explaining how to be a better server and improve your tips.
The Managerâ€™s Office (http://www.themanagersoffice.com/)- addresses restaurant operations and information on how restaurant managers can perform more effectively.Â This site also features so great behind the scenes information on how restaurants are operated, why prices are set where they are, and challenges facing restaurant owners.
Foodie Knowledge (http://www.foodieknowledge.com/)- contains a plethora of posts regarding food and the information a server should know about the food they sell.Â It also features information about dining out from a restaurant servers perspective that guest’s should know.
Restaurant Laughs (http://www.restaurantlaughs.com/)- provides a look at the more humorous side of restaurant life.Â Restaurant’s are funny places filled with funny people.Â This is where those stories get told.