When something goes as planned, it is pleasing and so we often say that’s “music to my ears”. Thing is, to make great music, like great catering, it takes practice. It takes perseverance. It takes an ongoing commitment to doing the right things. Every day. All day. Any great musician knows that they have to practice and train on their instrument.
To be successful at catering, like in life, you have to work at it. Day in and day out. Only after planning, training, playing and doing it, over and over, can you then be really good at something. You can’t just put a sign in the window saying you do catering well. You can’t just send out an email saying you are good at it. You actually have to work at it over and over. You actually have to feel it; to live it; to mean it.
I have heard that you become an expert at something after doing it for 10,000 hours…. I wonder if that’s true. If so, you’d better get back to work because we have a lot of work to do! Catering out of restaurants is serious business.
Listen to this girl sing. Listen to the notes. The melody. The perfect pitch. When something sounds this good, it’s music to your ears. And music to your ears, feels good. Just like restaurant catering. When done well, it will be music to your ears.
Enjoy a little music from 11 year old Maya Rae. It’s music to my ears. I hope it is to yours too.
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