Dr of BBQ
My 2 cents worth,
So many hungry, would be hard working people, come here looking for advice, inspiration, and someone to share their personal experiences, but recently we have acquired some posters that just don t like what people are willing to share. Kind of sad because I get a kick out of sharing my personal experience, screw-ups, past experiances and views on my business operation. By the way I m back up and running and at gangbuster speed. Setting new records every day. I ll post more Sunday my only day off.
But in the mean time my thought is: Mattcrunk buy a running business and then you can just dabble in it from time to time until you get bored and then go on to your other money making efforts. Of course you ll make whom ever you hire crazy, and most likely go through a dozen or more managers until you come to realize that most of the people in the concession business are in it because they love it. Their heart is in it, for God s sake it s the American dream. They are 100% most of the time and when things go wrong they are still 99.9 %. It s the hardest way in the world to make a fast buck. It s also the easiest way in the world to lose 30 or 40 grand.
Your catching heat because you re playing a game, and when you get bored you move on to a new game. Most people aren t as fortunate in their life to just make a lot of money that easily. You are, good for you.
But you don t love vending. So expect those that love vending/ the food business to understand your attitude. And expect them to answer exactly as they have, as if you think just like they do, and love vending. It s hard for them to understand someone like you.