Whenever You Get a Chance

The next time you go out to a bar or a restaurant and it’s a bit too busy, try using the phrase whenever you get a chance rather than saying please. It’s just as polite and far less stressful for them. Your server or bartender will be far more inclined to help you if you just show a little kindness. Saying whenever you get a chance shows that you are aware that they have other customers and that you know you aren’t the center of the universe. It shows that you have sympathy for the person who is running around trying to satisfy as many people as possible. It means that you’re more likely to tip. And generally speaking, people in the service industry like customers that tip. They are more motivated to help the ones that compensate them monetarily or who treat them with some mutual respect.

Critically Rated at 14/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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