I rarely have a favorable view of journalism. I find that many people take the opportunity they have (read microphone) and use it to push their agenda. That’s all well … Continue Reading What Is The Purpose Of Journalism?
You are setting the bar for what is to come–but I’m not talking about mere procedure. I’m talking about company morale.
When you hear the word “leader” what do you think of? Is it someone in a suit who commands respect? Is it someone with a fancy title, a nice car, … Continue Reading What does it mean to be a leader?
Let us begin this by saying that CoVid is a serious disease and it should be taken seriously if you’re at risk. Nothing in this article should be construed to … Continue Reading A Second Shutdown is Pointless
We are roughly 6 weeks in to the greatest social experiment in modern history–and maybe all of history. The devastation that has been wrought by the Coronavirus–both in terms of … Continue Reading The Quagmire of Re-Opening
I started this blog to give something back to the industry that brought me so much joy, knowledge–and sometimes pain–throughout the five years that I owned a bar. I absolutely … Continue Reading Stronger Together
This is all largely unprecedented territory for the world. We have rarely–if ever–seen this kind of global response to a disease. That being said, there are instances and policies from … Continue Reading The Great American Shutdown–Day 4
Yesterday, the Senate passed a bill that extended family and medical leave to those who worked for companies with under 500 employees. As we discussed in the podcast, this bill … Continue Reading 86 Society–Day 3
Today marks the first full day of the ban on bars and restaurants in much of the country. Colorado was the 9th state to completely ban bars and restaurants from … Continue Reading 86 Hospitality
“All bars in the state, and restaurants, will close at 9pm tonight. How long this order will be in effect, we don’t–frankly–know… …This is not just only a question about … Continue Reading “The Time for Persuasion and Public Appeals is Over” All Bars and Restaurants Closed in Illinois and Ohio
Everything you need to know about Corona Virus in the hospitality industry can be found here. Update: Pennsylvania appears to be the first state to fully close liquor stores, and … Continue Reading Social Distancing: The Enormous Threat to Hospitality
Everything you need to know about Corona Virus in the hospitality industry can be found here. UPDATE: JERSEY CITY IS THE FIRST TO PLACE A CURFEW ON BARS AND RESTAURANTS … Continue Reading Fear is Killing the Service Industry–Not Coronavirus
“Pandemic means ‘all the people’ (pan = all; demos = people) and the implication of an outbreak of [a pandemic] is that it will spread rapidly through a non‐immune population and infect most if not all of them. If you take out the ‘dem’, the word pandemic becomes panic.”
The public panic over Corona virus has renewed calls for paid sick leave among hospitality workers. To some extent, this makes sense. As I stated in a previous article, hospitality … Continue Reading Corona virus and Sick Leave
Welp, looks like the Mariachi band nCovid-19–better known as Coronavirus–quit playing in China, moved to Europe, and is expected to finish off its world tour in the US, Mexico and … Continue Reading How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus