Pastor as head chef

Ben Dubow is a local pastor who also cooks. He sees all the kitchen lessons he brings to pastoring. It is great stuff.
  • Great ingredients matter.
  • No one is above any task--great chefs jump in the pot sink when needed.
  • Preparation is critical.
  • You have to call the best out of people.
  • Conflict is inevitable and must be dealt with.
  • Understanding your customer is critical.
  • Excellence is in the details--at every stage!
  • You can't micro-manage a line chef. Trust them or fire them.
  • Ultimately, though, the executive chef is accountable for everything!
  • You earn credibility over the long haul and you can lose it with one bad meal or experience.
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