Anyone else a little bit obsessed with Masterchef? I love it. It is brilliant… I am so familiar with it, I almost think I could go on…or maybe not.
In reality, here’s what would happen:
1) I would be immediately outed that I have to use every pot and pan and my knife skills are quite shabby but enthusiastic.
2) I may be so impressed with myself when I made something delicious that I may accidentally eat it all before I served it. ‘Hmmm, yes John and Greg, it WAS nice and I DID balance the flavours beautifully.
3) I may cry if I was shouted out in the kitchen. I can cope with pressure but not when someone is bellowing ‘Come on come on come on’
4) People would know that I stick my tongue out to the side when I am in mega concentration mode…you would see this too when I was placing a tiny cube of beetroot gel onto the plate with tweezers…
Perhaps entry for 2020 may be a little too eager… plus I will have had a baby by then…probably not the best combination.
But in all seriousness, it does make me cook more. I knocked up a pretty great curry yesterday and it welcomed all the smug feels.
Sometimes social media or the media in general can make us assume that all the spots are taken…every idea has been done already, the market is saturated or people have had enough of x, y and z. Or we have to be the best in our field otherwise we can’t do it at all. Not true.
It is unlikely that I am going to be a Masterchef champion but I can still enjoy cooking, eating and improving our skills.
Plus people may be waiting for your flavour.
Over the next few days, I want to set you a challenge. I want to encourage you to make small incremental steps towards improving…
What you improve or focus on is entirely up to you. But the key is not to overwhelm yourself…just start with one thing.
So if you want to improve sales, how could you do this?
If you want to become more consistent, how could you create a process to support this?
If you want to make some bold moves which are out of your comfort zone how could you set yourself up for taking action even though, it feels scary.