Bartending is simple.
Becoming a Great Bartender takes work.
Full-time or part-time, this career is very rewarding and can
make you a lot of money.
The psychology of bartending is an important part of the job,
which allows you to understand your customer better and earn more money.
Bartenders have a lot of responsibility when it comes to dealing with customers.
They need to know how to read people and understand their psychology in order to make them feel comfortable,
while also trying to sell them more drinks.
A bartender can learn a lot about the psychology of their customers by simply just observing them.
For example, if they see that someone is sitting alone in the corner, they might want to go over and
talk with them and find out what’s going on in their life or if they’re having a bad day.
This will help the bartender understand what kind of drink that person might want or how much alcohol they should give them.
This isn’t about becoming a psychologist.
This is about learning what makes people tick.
- How does the average customer behave?
- How can you bring out the best in
your customers and in yourself.
There are so many small changes you can make, in how
you work, that will turn you into the bartender everyone wants
Imagine going into a new bartending job getting the slowest
shifts and turning those shifts into the best nights to work.
You can do exactly that whether your new to bartending or you
have 20+ years in the business.
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