15 Pieces of Advice Valley Chefs Would Give to Their Younger Selves
Stay humble. Humility is one of the many skills that a good leader/chef needs to have to succeed.
Step and think outside the comfort zone.
Never take any job for granted and learn everything you possibly can from the restaurant where you're employed. Your job title has little to do with how much you want to get out of your job and career. It's about how much you really want to push yourself to be the best at what you do.
Have patience and develop your own culinary voice.
I would tell my younger self to become an attorney.
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