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Step 2: Gather Your Ingredients. Before you start let's take a look at what you could have on hand to make your smoothies with.
You must pay attention to what your clients are asking from you. Like for example: Your client orders 10 drinks and wants them at the same time; focus and listen well to your guest, so that you'll be able to give out their orders correctly without having to let them repeat the ordered drinks a lot of times.
In preparing for the California bar exam you are confronted by an overwhelming niagra of legal materials. It is impossible to digest such an intimidating amount of knowledge without employing some memory devices to keep information as organized as possible. As often as possible, therefore, use pneumonias and acronyms to help your memory recall important concepts. For example, in real property law I used the acronym TIP to recall the four unities of title in joint possessory estates: Time, Title, Interest and Possession. (I just remembered that the T in TIP stood for the two unities of Time and Title). With a little creativity you can summarize entire courses into one or two word acronyms!
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