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HSCS-001 – Run your business like Gordon Ramsay, Part1

January 12, 2009 by  

In this audio podcast series, we break down key observations on how to turn a failing business into a success.

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Carving knifeChef Gordon Ramsay has successfully launched several restaurants and in his popular show, Kitchen Nightmares (Fox, BBC America), he helps failing business owners identify their weaknesses and implement significant positive change in the way their business is operated. Love him or hate him, his keen business skills and desire for high standards have made him a success.

Turnaround can be painful, but it is possible. It requires significant commitment, time, resources, money, and the willingness to accept criticism and change the way you work/behave.

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2 Responses to “HSCS-001 – Run your business like Gordon Ramsay, Part1”
  1. Pete Aldin says:

    When I saw the title, I thought wtf? Can't stand Ramsey, but your ideas here certainly raise my respect for him and for you Roland. This takes my thinking as business owner in directions it hasn't gone before. Looking forward to the next ep.

    • Thanks, Pete. Gordon Ramsay certainly is a polarizing personality. But my eyes are glued to the screen when Kitchen Nightmares comes on. Especially when he butts heads with stubborn owners and their staff.

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