Focus on Focus

There is no doubt that we are facing some new and unprecedented challenges. Focusing on priorities when there are many rapidly changing variables can help your group get from A to B. A few example questions to consider:
  • What is important?
  • What is not?
  • What can be optimized?
  • What can be reduced?
  • What can be eliminated?
  • How do I envision my company this time next year?
  • How is the best way to get there?
  • What is the largest obstacle from getting there?
  • What are the best tools to assist in getting there?
…And then refine, refine, refine.
With EZBREW Systems, many of these questions are answered for entertainment venues like brewpubs, restaurants, resorts, casinos, golf clubs, wedding venues, hotels… Anywhere that serves beer! Here is an example from what “Mary” saw at her restaurant.
  • What is important? – Maximizing revenue and creating a great experience
  • What is not? – Using the “this is how we’ve always done it” mentality
  • What can be optimized? – Creating efficiencies in each operation
  • What can be reduced? –  Expensive options, such as buying beer through distribution
  • What can be eliminated? – Unnecessary menu items
  • How do I envision my company this time next year? – A revamped model that is fun and successful
  • How is the best way to get there? – To focus on the essentials and speak with clients. Check the tabs and see what customers like most
  • What is the largest obstacle from getting there? – Covid-19
  • What are the best tools to assist in getting there? – For us an EZBREW System and a simplified menu simplifies operations, reduces costs, and allows us to do a better job delivering fewer things and a better experience.
As the late great business man Jack Welch said, he wanted to be #1 or #2 in the industry for everything he did. He kept a laser focus on priorities and optimizing everything possible. We hope this helped!
Cheers!