Read this tip to make your life smarter, better, faster and wiser. LifeTips is the place to go when you need to know about Chef Salaries and other Cooking Schools topics.
It might sound like a lot of hooey, but there's some truth to the philosophy that if you're working in something you love and are passionate about, the money will follow. There's a simple and logical explanation for that. When you're actively engaged in something you truly love, you tend to work a little harder at it. Your mind is open to creative energy and it's likely you'll come up with innovative new ways to market yourself.
Let's say you've graduated from cooking classes in New York City . There are lots of jobs in the city; some are full-time, some are part-time. You're just thrilled to be working as a chef. That enthusiasm is going to come across in your culinary creations. It's going to play out in the way you interact with others and fuel your desire to learn new and exciting things. Maybe you'll continue your learning by attending seminars and conferences. You might be more willing to take on new responsibilities, or branch out to become a private or personal chef. When you love what you do, you'll grow as a person. Your career will flourish and with that, comes higher chef salaries.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|