Book: Call Me Purple by Jim Parsonscategories: Book, Restaurant Guests, Restaurant Employees, Five Best Shifts, Five Worst Shifts, Getting Promoted, Restaurant Management
Jim Parsonsabout this book: I wrote "Call Me Purple" to show case my 25 years in the restaurant business. My intention was also for it to be a guide for new or existing managers or any body thinking about getting in to the industry. The book does have some rated "R" topics and singular humor. The reader will have definitely walked in in my shoes for the last 25 years in 26 restaurants. It is about human diversity in all it's forms.In the spirit of this just "Call Me Purple". I must thank my family for all the support over the years in the business. They never wondered where Daddy was on Christmas eve or the Big July 4th celebration. This allowed me to climb up the latter for promotion and be the Captain of my own little Restaurant ship, hence this book of tales. Thanks to my wife Joni for enduring my god-awful penmanship and translating my hieroglyphics into the manuscript you are the best.
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