Does Waiting Tables Make You Weak? is about character development through service positions. It looks at real life stories and the way people both in and out of service positions react to various situations. It examines the stages of character development as seen through the eyes of a service person. The book makes arguments in reference to three different types of characters, the submissive, aggressive, and balanced characters, and provides suggestions as to how to transition to a character of quality. Anyone who has ever been in a service position will be able to identify with the joys and frustrations found in the stories and will have to admit to themselves some hard realities of their own character development.That just reinforces my belief that tipping should not be a flat rate all the time, but should be based on service with 18% ... to the serviceaTo Insure Promptness ( T.I.P) with additions for great service left after the dinner, service people might stepanbsp;...
|Title||:||Does Waiting Tables Make You Weak?|
|Author||:||Wendy D. Schamber|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011-10-20|