If you didn’t know by now, I am a culinary business coach and mentor. Helping chefs turn their passion into profits is what I love to do. I have operated a variety of culinary businesses including a restaurant, and various personal chef companies over the last 15 years and I have learned a thing or two about what makes a successful business. As a small business owner and chef, I understand the struggle of having to wear two hats – a chef hat and a business owner hat. It’s not easy and some days being a Walmart greeter sounds more appealing. I recently attended the United States Personal Chef Association Conference in Rhode Island and I was able to meet lots of personal chefs who are doing well in their business and others who are struggling. We have all struggled at some point.
For those who have hit a ceiling or are spinning in circles, I’ve created five different culinary coaching programs to help you get where you want to be. Do you have dreams of landing on Food Network? Becoming a published author? Cooking for 40 clients a week? Opening up your own brick and mortar? Sometimes all you need is a little help to get you to your destination and build your dream business. I have built my dream business and I want to help you do the same.
A lot of chefs ask me about each of my programs and want to know the difference between them all. The main difference is the level of one-on-one time you get with me and how you best learn. If you want a more hands-off approach and you take what I say and implement it at your own pace, then eChef Club and Executive Chef are right for you. If you learn best in a group environment with group accountability and masterminding, then my Master Chef program would be a great fit. If you’d rather not get other opinions and insights from other chefs, than my Private Chef program is perfect for just one-on-one time with me. If you have been in the world of culinary business for a little while, but need help turning your business into a brick and mortar than my highly exclusive “Concept to Build Out” program might be the right fit.
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Coaching can be a big commitment, but every time I have invested in my company it has been more than worth it and I have always seen a return on my investment. If you’re still not sure what kind of coaching you might need, don’t hesitate to shoot me an email at [email protected] I’d love to chat!