This is a post by Brad Smith, a freelance marketing writer who gets sales.
Kitchens are uncomfortable.
They’re insufferably hot.
Closed quarters. No windows or natural daylight.
15-hour days are common, with several rushes throughout the night. Not to mention, an abundance of short tempers and steel blades.
Sales teams are not that different. Today’s highs are tomorrow’s lows. One day, they need a hug and the next, a wake-up call.
Here’s how kitchens manage to deliver hundreds of meals each night of the week (and how sales managers can apply the same principles to run high-performing sales teams).