Two days ago, after fasting for twenty-four hours in observance of Yom Kippur, (Yes, I am an awesome non-Jewish husband.), Karen and I went to”break fast” over a friend’s house. “Break fast” is an evening “meal.”
The first time I went to a break fast, I was stunned to see only bagels, egg salad, tuna salad, some fruit and light desserts. I asked Karen, “Where’s the food? Where are the meatballs?” She explained that meatballs weren’t allowed and that tuna and bagels were the meal.
This year, I got my butt up bright and early in the morning and made a delicious cheese lasagna to bring for the break fast, which, I must say, was scarfed down.
Because this email is supposed to be about sales, I’ll twist and contort it to make it a lesson about bonuses. My lasagna was a “bonus” and often bonuses are as equally as important as your main offer.
Weak, I know. I just wanted to tell you this story and show you this short, hilarious video by comedian Sebastian Maniscalco which is spot on.
Enjoy your weekend.
Dave “Italians Should Cater Jewish Functions” Dee
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