The Questions Every Food Truck Owner Should Ask

The Questions Every Food Truck Owner Should Ask

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Asking questions is an essential skill of any great boss in the mobile food industry. Yet many owner/operators fail to inquire enough. Here are three types of questions you should be asking:

  • Questions about yourself: Good food truck owners ask themselves and others about what they could do better. Ask in a way that invites constructive, candid responses…without the fear of retribution if an answer is critical.
  • Questions about future plans and projects: These should both advance the business or menu and develop your staff. Tough and direct questions are ok, as long as they are in the interest of progress of your business or your employees.
  • Questions about your mobile business: Look for ways that your roaming bistro can function more effectively by questioning practices and processes. Ask: Why do you do things a particular way and if there is a better approach?

 

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  1. Hey Richard! Good one! I have had once answered such questions at Alebrije’s Grill and have observed the consideration they took to my feedback and bang on! Thinking what feedback I gave? I told to add some more variety to taco and to spend some on Truck Repair. I knew they were the best at taco acorazado but they really add some more to their list with a much better looking truck. So everyone out here, if ever asked of a feedback, give a true one, it may not matter to you but will matter to the firm asking for it.

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