“This is about paying it forward,” he said. I couldn’t agree more and find myself participating by spending a little more each time I stop in at Two Amigos, receiving the joy of writing a few words of encouragement on the receipt before posting it.
If the board happens to be empty and someone needs a meal, “we feed them” Jose told me. “I’m not going to miss a few taco platters.”
In a world full of taco places, Two Amigos stands out. Yes, their food is good (especially the homemade salsa), but it’s the core values at work that really make it unique and memorable. They don’t have a website or any fancy mission statement posted on the wall; that meal board is their “mi casa es su casa” mission in action!
So once again, I ask you to consider what business are you
in? Exploring this question will likely lead to a deeper sense of purpose connecting you to why you started or work for a practice in the first place. Put that knowledge to work in some way that benefits others beyond your core offering, and you will experience more human kindness in return than you could ever imagine.