I’ve been a successful company owner my whole life. The price of doing business is simple: if you want to make money, you have to spend money. I’ve run a chain of steakhouses that are considered to be high-end and quite fancy by many. That is the case, because that’s what I strive for every single day. I try to supply not only the best dining experience possible for our customers, but also a professional work environment where every employee has every opportunity to progress and develop. Over the years I have found that there are certain things that some people won’t sacrifice on. For instance, someone might suppose that the quality of the food is the most important factor of a high-end restaurant. I would disagree, personally. To me, the most substantial thing for the overall experience of my guest is the atmosphere. The food can’t be complete garbage, but it also doesn’t have to be the most costly or of the highest quality possible. If your decor is crazy, or if the Heating and A/C isn’t working right, the people will know! They will notice something is off, no matter how good you think you are at hiding minor problems in the business! If, for instance, the gas furnace is stuck on plus it is too hot in there, or if the air filter hasn’t been changed and the air quality is low, folks notice. When people are paying money for a meal in a steakhouse like my establishments, they are not just paying for the food. They are also paying for the atmosphere which includes a top-of-the-line Heating and Air system.