Defining Culinary Success

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How should I define culinary success?

Defining Culinary Success

As we move into a much more enlightened age, it's important to recognize that success isn't defined solely by dollar figures or material goods. How you define success might be completely different from another point of view. Graduates of culinary schools, for example, might define success as having opened a new bakery, taken over the management of a restaurant, or established their own unique pastry creation.

If you're considering attending one of the best culinary schools, it's important to have a clear idea of your goals before you even set foot in the door. Define your success before you get started. That way, as you move through the curriculum, you'll know where you want to go, what you want to do, and what steps you'll need to take to get there. If your goals change part-way through the curriculum, don't worry! The point is to build your foundation for success by keeping goals in sight.

The next thing to do is to evaluate how reasonable your goals are. It's not negative or weak to take a step back and say, hey! maybe my goals are out of reach at this particular time. That doesn't mean letting go of your dreams, it just opens up your mind space to be able to accept that your goals might take time to achieve. In the meantime, be open to every new culinary experience that comes along. Keep your options open!



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