Poor service won’t save great food.
And great food can’t save poor service.
Serving requires full attention to the task at hand.
There’s a big disconnect when the person serving isn’t providing the best of what they can provide – starting with individual attention first.
If you’ve ever dined out and had terrific food yet the service was lacking, this is what I’m talking about. If you’ve ever had terrific service and crappy food, this is what I’m talking about.
Both parts need to be working in harmony for the connection to be made.
With respect and directness, many disconnected elements can be reconnected (if that’s what you truly want).
Suffering in silence simply perpetuates and supports what may be a faulty unexamined and disconnected system.
Speaking up, thoughtfully with a solution and kind respect goes a long way toward bringing separate parts back together again.
p.s. replace “food” with any kind of service or good…