Who doesn’t know Gordon Ramsay? The guy who swears a lot, but makes mouthwatering dishes! Gordon was born in 1966, and ever since he put his foot in the cooking industry, everything changed – for the good of course.
He is a British chef and has appeared in several television programs. He owns many well-known restaurants around the world and has managed to bag some awards for his excellent cooking skills. Keep on reading to find out how he achieved all this success.
“You need to know what you’re aiming for in order to reach it.”
“Two key ingredients in any success: a quick learner and someone with a sharp brain.”
“Being assertive and somewhat really firm has to be backed up with being fair.”
“Don’t take it personally. Just take it seriously.”
“I like finding talent. That’s what really turns me on, I suppose.”
“The minute you start compromising for the sake of massaging somebody’s ego, that’s it, game over.”
“I welcome that attitude. Can you name a sportsperson or an amazing success anywhere in the world that doesn’t have a bit of attitude?”
“If you want to become a great chef, you have to work with great chefs. And that’s exactly what I did.”
“Focus on your customers and make that synonymous to where you are in terms of area.”
“In any situation, location is crucial.”
“I’ve had a lot of success; I’ve had failures, so I learn from the failure.”
“I don’t like a failure. I identify my own mistakes immediately. I don’t dwell on things. And I think dusting yourself down and becoming vulnerable is the key to my success because it keeps it fresh instead of becoming complacent.”
“I don’t like looking back. I’m always constantly looking forward. I’m not the one to sort of sit and cry over spilled milk. I’m too busy looking for the next cow.”
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