What if you learned success principles from the world’s greatest chefs?

As I started writing a book that I thought people could connect with and hopefully change for the better, I soon found that I was the one changing, and it was upon every eye-opening conversation along the way. I was graced with some powerful stories and lessons that completely shook  and shifted my vision for the book (in the best possible way). The entire process has been cathartic, hopeful and chalked with inspiration. I’m proud to share these stories and spread some good in the world and to have penned a book that needed to written.

What if you learned success principles from the world’s greatest chefs?

As I started writing a book that I thought people could connect with and hopefully change for the better, I soon found that I was the one changing, and it was upon every eye-opening conversation along the way. I was graced with some powerful stories and lessons that completely shook  and shifted my vision for the book (in the best possible way). The entire process has been cathartic, hopeful and chalked with inspiration. I’m proud to share these stories and spread some good in the world and to have penned a book that needed to written.

THE AUTHOR

Chris grew up in Atlanta, then went off to earn a Master’s in Marketing – that provided him with a lucrative job in consulting upon graduation that he soon learned to hate. Miserable after a year and a half, Chris made a 180°, followed his heart and passion into the world of cooking and opened his first restaurant at the age of 28 where he grew into the role of executive chef. Having taken his experiences in the corporate world, as well as those in the kitchen, Chris has built a large following centered around TV appearances all over the Southeast U.S., his writing, 2 TEDx talks and his mission of helping industry workers to lead fulfilling, successful careers. He regularly speaks and shares his work on Medium discussing topics such as restaurant leadership, overcoming failure and business/entrepreneurship.

THE AUTHOR

Chris grew up in Atlanta, then went off to earn a Master’s in Marketing – that provided him with a lucrative job in consulting upon graduation that he soon learned to hate. Miserable after a year and a half, Chris made a 180°, followed his heart and passion into the world of cooking and opened his first restaurant at the age of 28 where he grew into the role of executive chef. Having taken his experiences in the corporate world, as well as those in the kitchen, Chris has built a large following centered around TV appearances all over the Southeast U.S., his writing, 2 TEDx talks and his mission of helping industry workers to lead fulfilling, successful careers. He regularly speaks and shares his work on Medium discussing topics such as restaurant leadership, overcoming failure and business/entrepreneurship.

TESTIMONIALS

“I came across Chris’ writing a few years back, and I was instantly drawn to it—it was clear that he was a man on a mission. We’ve connected more recently, and I’ve been impressed to see the passion and commitment he has to, not only individuals in the restaurant industry, but in the greater world, as well. It’s no surprise that he has such an emphatic, loyal group of followers.”

Jeff Goins

Author of The Art of Work

“I’m a behavioral analyst; I study people. I’m an expert in personality difference, the way people interact with each other. So it’s safe to say that I’m a good judge of character. Chris is what you’re looking for from a leader, and I’m not just talking about for a business or an organization, but for something much bigger. It’s clear that his goal is to improve the lives of those around him, and the work he puts out to the world is a clear depiction of his generosity and drive to make the world a better place.”

Steve Sisler

Behavior Analyst, Speaker, & Author of The Four People Types: And What Drives Them

“In a world full of bogus marketers, brands and storytellers, Chris is one of those genuine individuals whose heart is in the right place, and as a result has been able to create a massive presence in social media. For him, it seems as though the mission drives the bus, and that’s all too rare in the marketplace these days.”

Scott Stratten

Keynote Speaker & Co-Author of Unselling: The New Customer Experience

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