All the responses you have gotten so far have been right on, IMHO. I just have one thing to add. Go buy yourself a nice, nonstick omelet pan and start practicing flipping eggs. At first, don't worry about breaking the yolks, just get the motion down, then, once you have the motions down start working on your finesse so that the yolks don't break. You have got to have this skill down pat to be a breakfast cook. A bad day of egg flipping can cause a serious trainwreck during breakfast rush. When hiring a new breakfast cook this is the first thing I always looked for and when training a new breakfast cook this is the very first skill that I teached. Also practice making good omelets, beyond that, most breakfast cooking is about being organized, speedy and being able to multitask. Of course, this is kind of simplifying things, but really, if you get the egg thing down you are half way there. Good luck!!!!!!