10 Lifelong Lessons Learned from Waiting Tables

Have a good attitude at work

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"One of the greatest lessons I learned is to put a smile on your face, even if you don't always want to. At work, it's important to have a good attitude even when it's hard. Plus, big smiles meant big tips." —Rachel Wilke, Social Media Editor. Restaurant owners have some of their own secrets, too. 

How to be a good host

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"Working in different restaurants taught me what a welcoming atmosphere feels like. Waiting on all kinds of people taught me what a difference a gracious attitude can make (going both ways!). Now, when I host parties or even run meetings at the Taste of Home offices, I try to create the right mood to make people feel at ease and ready to mingle (or brainstorm)." —Lisa Kaminski, Associate Editor


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"The biggest thing I learned was how to organize my workflow to maximize efficiency. I was always thinking, how can I maximize this trip to the kitchen? or how can I wait on tables more effectively? or how do I keep track of four different tables that are at different points in their meal?" Lynne Belcher, Culinary Assistant

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