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Cafe Gratitude Overview

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San Francisco, CA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year

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    Very open
    Invites growth in the company
    Aids growth as a person
    Very loving


    Some employees aren't as hard working as their superiors

    Advice to Management

    Motivate those lacking inspiration or help motivate them to find new work!

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Cafe Gratitude Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Cafe Gratitude (San Francisco, CA).


    The interviewer was great. I had already been told that practicing the Landmark "Forum" Training is the basis for all of the cafes. The cult is a bit much, but the basic concepts are doable:

    There is a big difference between what actually happened in a person’s life and the meaning or interpretation they made up about it
    People pursue an imaginary someday of satisfaction
    Human behavior is governed by a need to look good
    People create their own meaning to life – none is inherent in the world
    People have “rackets”, which are “being right about” or giving excuses for one’s own actions
    People can “transform” by simply declaring a new way of being instead of trying to change themselves in comparison to the past

    Interview Questions

    • What stood out for you in our mission statement?
      What do you love about the restaurant industry?
      What inspires you about the possibility of sacred commerce?
      How do you create teamwork & partnership?
      What are your thoughts about service as an expression of spirit?
      What is your experience of and knowledge about natural foods, organic foods and veganism?
      What can you say about your ability to love and be great with people?
      What do you love about yourself?
      In life, how do you get in your own way/what stops you?
      What is your greatest failure in life? Please explain.  
      Answer Question


    No negotiation except scheduling. And when/whether or not one will take workshops.

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