Jeff Klemetsrud
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  • Stillwater MN
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city politics and how it effects your business

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Klemetsrud Apr 9, 2008. 2 Replies

bakers square

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Jeff Klemetsrud's Blog

The wall of shame

Posted on April 4, 2008 at 7:22pm 10 Comments

Many years ago at my restaurant one of my staff decided to post some of the mis-speaks or mis-understandings that went on in the course of a day in a hectic noisy restaurant setting. We called it the wall of shame and guess what I (the owner) was the first one to be placed on the wall.

As any business owner I had seen so many things right or wrong tried and true or tried and failed that I got to the point where allowing anyone to try and fail at something I had already seen as a failure… Continue

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