Advice for New Bartenders: Angus Winchester

Angus WinchesterAngus Winchester
Global Ambassador Emeritus for Tanqueray Gin and VP of Training and Education at Barmetrix Global

1. Look after your knees and feet: good shoes and good insoles and good movement.
2. You never learn less.
3. Find a mentor and listen to them.
4. No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.
5. You are not in the drinks business. You are in the experience business.
6. The most successful people fail the most.
7. You are not doing someone a favour by making them a drink. They are doing you a favour by giving you a job.

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