Become a Bartender – Speed & Multitasking

If you’re serious about becoming a bartender, and more importantly, if you’re serious about making a lot of money bartending, you’d better know how to be fast and that means multitasking.

As you know, there is nothing worse than the sloth bartender who takes forever to get your drink order, and then once they finally do take your order, they take an extra eternity making it and then ringing it up.

Why is speed and multitasking so important? In the first place, nobody is going to tip you well if they have to wait to get their drink, which means you can expect a couple shiny quarters for those 4 cocktails you made.

And in the second place, if you’re making 50 drinks per hour instead of 150 drinks per hour, your tips are going to be three times less (see how quick I am on the math).

In this video, I’m going to show you how exactly how I train my bartenders to multitask so you can make more drinks and rake in more tips per shift. It involves a little hustle, a decent memory, and a little practice and before you know it, you’ll be viewed as the Mick Jagger of the bar scene (substitute a more modern rock star, if that helps you).

If you’re interested in becoming a bartender, even if you have little or no experience, you can check out the details to TheRealBarCourse and see if registration is open at this time. For those of you here for the first time, TheRealBarCourse is unlike any other bartending school or online course you will find, and there is a money-back guarantee. What else could you ask for (besides maybe a bourbon slushee).

Click here for the 7-Steps and 21-Day Action Plan to Becoming a Bartender

WITH ABSOLUTELY NO EXPERIENCE!

With that said, let’s get to the multitasking (if you read the first few paragraphs while watching the video, you’re already an awesome multitasker).

Cheers, until next time,

Dave

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About the Author

Dave has been in the bar/restaurant industry for more 30 years and has worked as a barback, server, bartender, bar manager, GM, bar consultant, and since 2010 is the Owner/CEO of Bar Patrol, a bar and restaurant management company that helps owners & managers run a more profitable bar. In addition, Dave also helps bartenders become experts at their jobs, as well as help aspiring bartenders to learn the trade and get their foot in the door and land a job with the #1 online bartending course, TheRealBarCourse. Dave can be reached at any time at: Dave@TheRealBarman.com.