What Fuller house and the Conners got right and what they got wrong starting a business

Both Fuller house and the Conners have very similar plots for the season I want to focus on the fact that in both shows they open a business and offer the viewers a lot of information that they could use when starting a restaurant.

Like many businesses owning a restaurant is a challenge that many faces, you have to think about a lot of things such as the cost the price the product the space and the location as a son of a restaurant owner I recognize my father’s struggle who were 20 hours a day 7 days a week and an overweight diabetic amongst other things but I digress.

In season 5 episode 3 of Fuller house DJ convinces Steve to hang out with Fernando who is struggling with retirement and Jimmy who’s struggling away balancing his time as a freelance photographer, as the episode continues the 3 meet up at Uncle Monty Sandwich Emporium for lunch, along the conversation they received their food and after countless banter the three find out that Uncle Monty’s is moving to Florida and closing the shop in 2 weeks the 3 are distraught and disappointed about the news and then it cuts the next scene.

In the next scene, you see Stephanie and Kimmy as Jimmy and Fernando walking in and offer the 2 a sandwich that is when they reveal that they just bought Uncle Monty’s business with Steve being the investor. Both Stephanie and Kimmy are disappointed that the decision that they made was done without them and are very skeptical as to how the business was going to be run fair when DJ walks in the house she learns from the girls of the situation and also informed her that Steve is the one who’s investing.

At the end of the episode, Steve explains that this was a good business decision and that he can even franchise Uncle Monty’s like subways the girls warm up to the idea and the episode ends.

In episode 5 you have the grand re-opening of Uncle Monty’s which in the beginning has a lot of issues that if you’re not on social media you may run into these problems. Episode 5 titled Ready Player Fuller we have the grand reopening of Uncle Monty’s Andy episode Jimmy is dealing with promotions and ordering products for the store preparing it for the grand re-opening, they run into a few fixable problems they find out that the date of the grand reopening was scheduled for the day after but they don’t have the products that they need for a successful Grand re-opening nor do they have a banner for the event. Later on in the episode, they use they’re getting ready for the grand re-opening it successful but successful for the wrong reasons, unfortunately, everybody received a Groupon for Uncle Monty’s promising an 82% off. As the episode continues they have officially run out of the product as they had earlier predicted so Jimmy makes the unfortunate announcement that they had officially run out product and they weren’t ready for the opening.

Finally, at the end of the episode, the customers band together and decided to share their sandwiches with other customers but before any takers come they’re saved at the last minute by the local distributor.

The Conners had a similar what for its second season so best dive into it with a short recap

In season 2 of The Conners Becky gives birth to her first child, moves into her parent’s basement and goes back to working at the bar during this time Jackie sees that the old lunch box is back on the market, so she decides to see if Becky wants to partner with her in reopening The Lunchbox.

In Discovery they find out that the grandmother still owns the property and has given Darlene power of attorney Darlene is rightfully hesitant to say give up a piece of property that can be used to provide money for the family, that is enough to bring Strife between Darlene Aunt Jackie and Becky to where Becky moves in with Aunt Jackie.

Things continue to go awry when the 2 come over for Thanksgiving dinner, Darlene says something to Jackie and Jackie decides to slap Darlene for what she said to make up there’s a family vote and they vote to reopen The Lunchbox.

Later on, Jackie realizes that she is way over her head when they discover that the maintenance and the property is not up to code and is it going to cost them a lot of money so Jackie ultimately decides to give up until the town of Landford decides to Kitchen to fix the restaurant after they hear about the struggle that they have.

In conclusion in both series, you learn about crowdsourcing or crowdfunding which is the process of receiving funding from the community rather than a bank, and private investing which is considered (OPM) which stands for other people’s money, in Fuller house Jimmy should have edited the date of opening instead of opening the day of error, in addition, Steve could have also avoided the whole issue of charging people for Less for sandwiches by simply editing the Groupon. Thank you for taking the time to read if you liked what you read and you feel like you learn something please feel free to like share and subscribe I’m always looking for sponsors so if you’re interested please email me at Emilio.Perezjr@CEOEnterprisenx.com or sign up for Drum

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Hospitality

First before I get started on the hospitality industry and toiletries I want to give you a couple of the travel tips. when on vacation If you have a Fire stick be sure to pack that with you on your trip. Hotels have now upgraded to flat and smart TVs Although channels they offer are still limited. if you have your fire stick you could watch Netflix Hulu etc. or if the hotel is really fancy and comes with a smart TV you don’t need your Fire stick you could just use your phone but make sure once you leave you sign off of Netflix or any streaming service you may be subscribe to. Now onto the news. A singer by the name of Haley wrote on Twitter Thursday bringing up the issue of how the toiletry Industry is possibly alienating people of color

I find this statement to be slightly asinine because when hotels look for companies to partner up with because it’s complementary they’re going to go with the most inexpensive to purchase them. The best thing about hotels is at the end of your stay they ask you to fill out a survey and I can say the few I’ve stayed The best thing about hotels I’ve stayed in including the most quality one which was the Hilton in Parsippany, New Jersey for the amount I paid it was perfect from The breakfast buffet to the bar area they have a great burger however Wyndham brands are the ones I mostly stay in when I go to six flags anyway I’m getting off track. Back to complementary items The reason they ask you to fill out the survey because they want you to return and The questions that they usually ask are pretty simple and even give you an option to add any comments so they can see what was missing. Also most hotels usually have gift shops either inside or nearby so you can buy the things that they may be missing and that you may want, remember all brands have a travel size.

So no the value and quality of the toiletries you hotels is not based on race and we need to stop making every single thing about race for the next one is going to be about policy.

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