Our Decisions To Be Faster Than A ...

Behind the Bar-A +A
DAVID T. KRATT | Other
Published: 10/17/2012

Yes, moving fast is important to speed.

But is it everything?

What happens when we hit that point of not being able to move any faster, but still try to move faster because we can’t stay ahead of what’s being thrown at us? Collisions with other bartenders occur. Things get dropped. Things get spilled. Glasses get broken in the ice bin.

So we must find other ways to be faster than a speeding bullet. Here are a few examples of how to build speed without necessarily moving faster:

Shave off the excess