11 Mar '17, 7pm

Our "Secrets of a Barista Competitor" series continues w/ @MalavalC talking about coaching.

Our "Secrets of a Barista Competitor" series continues w/ @MalavalC talking about coaching.

You might think, with the help of a coach or two, some of the critical decisions you need to make might be easier. A coach is supposed to tell you what to do and not do, right? But the right coaches will push you to do more, and might actually make your preparation time harder—but certainly more meaningful. “It doesn’t necessary make things easier,” Charlotte shares of her coaches, “but you also know they will push you, challenge you, and bring the best out of you!” Your coaches should make you question the choices you make and the drinks you serve, and push you to get better with every practice. Without another set of eyes, your routine or signature drink might never reach its full potential. Charlotte finds the input of her coaches so meaningful that they have become an integral part of her decision to compete. “Today, I would actually not see much interest in competing ...

Full article: http://www.baristamagazine.com/charlotte-malaval-coaches/

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