is what people are saying about this presentation:
everyone involved with a very funny talk. He's clever and engaging. The only
time I stopped laughing was to eat dessert."
Fox, President, Multi-Track Sales and Marketing
presentation! Bruce's energy and enthusiasm turned an ordinary meal into an
enjoyable learning event. His ability to link the simple act of eating to
relevant business goals and objectives was superb -- and his wit and humor were
just what was needed to clean the palette between two information-packed
King, President, Career Planning and Management, Inc.
Here are a few of the basic eating principles that Bruce will
to your business:
- Focusing on what you are eating
Take a lesson from wine connoisseurs who
swirl, sniff, taste, and discuss each sip of wine. If you don't really focus on
what you are eating, it will just pass right through your mouth and you will
have missed out on all of the pleasurable sensations.
- Plan Your Approach to the Dinner Plate
Just like a baseball batter must plan a
strategy before stepping up to the plate, all eaters should plan how they are
going to approach the dinner plate. Key questions include: In what order should
I eat the turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, and cranberry sauce? Should I fill
up my fork with a combination of foods, or restrict my intake to one food at a
time? Should I spread the gravy on just the turkey or everything on my
- Coordinate the Solids and Liquids
There is nothing worse than ending up with a
dry mouth because you've taken your last bite from the plate and didn't save
any liquid to fully cleanse your palette with one last slurp.
- Avoid dining with non-food lovers
Eating can be torture if you are sitting with
people who complain about the food, talk about how unhealthy the food is, or
don't enjoy discussing the pleasure of the experience. Guilt and bad vibes
during mealtime is a prescription for indigestion.
- and; Save the Best Bite for Last
To maximize the pleasure you experience from
your meal, it is critical that you save the very best bite for last so that you
can prolong the pleasure of the taste sensation.
In addition to his more than 20 years
as an Industrial/Organizational psychologist and management consultant, Bruce
has been a gourmet cook and voracious eater since before he was born (as
reported by his mother). He taught Weight Watcher classes for five years but
then was kicked out because he enjoyed eating too much. He also was a member of
an improvisational comedy group for several years.
For further information on how Bruce can enhance your next
meeting by educating, informing, and entertaining your colleagues, contact him
at: 888-784-4367, or email .
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