This chef is different.
He is not like the other chefs who can’t get onto the stage and certainly, is not nervous to be in front of guests, in the dining room. Some may cook a heck of a lot better than him, but he is the type, who’s always on stage, and in board meetings.
Though he’s not a professor to be able to do bars and graphs, he’s written a couple of books on leadership, both being used in close to 60 schools all across the country and other parts of the world.
The kids are loving his books!
So guess what?
In addition to that, he was in the World Culinary Olympics on eight different teams, representing the United States and securing a few gold medals.
Well, he went over to Afghanistan with a team of celebrities and put on around 8 shows for our troops. He fed a total of 8,000 troops, nicely done home-cooked meals, and gave away a total 8 tons worth of gifts. He even went on to arrange a 7-hour Vegas style show right in middle of a war-zone.
His ambition now is to create a movie. Not a bad idea, having over 200 members who read his other book getting back to him saying that, all the insight sticks with the reader for 2 or 3 weeks after the fact.
Now I know what you think.
Is this guy really a chef?
Charles Carroll is his name and he has 6 kitchens, 3 restaurants doing 80 to 100 functions a week and 75 employees to manage.
So, let’s rock n roll, and listen to his incredible message.
In this episode you will learn:
The journey of Charles Carroll, what exactly did it take to him, from where he started to where he is today
How Charles began in the culinary industry, managed his time and discipline to get involved into writing books, winning gold medals, children, speaking gigs and others.
Steps you could take when you’re so busy and you’ve got many things to manage on your plate. Charles has 80 to 100 functions to do every week; 6 kitchens and 3 restaurants in total
How does today’s entrepreneur cultivate this environment; get themselves out of their own way, when they’re actually used to the full control, or full ownership kind of working style
How to achieve your goals and get to where you want to be
You must have heard the elders say, ‘You can be anything you want to be.’ Is it really so?
What inspired Charles to write a book
Charles Carroll’s recipe for success
Why most people are so intimidated by success and what keeps them from actually doing things
The things that Charles is most proud of in his life
A parting message of inspiration today
The recipe: A story of lost love and the ingredients of greatness
Leadership lessons from a chef, finding time to be great
Tasting success: Your guide to becoming a professional chef
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