Yeah, that makes sense.
Right now I am working Point Push
Learning all my steaks, how to plate them etc etc
How to call out, what to call out, when to pitch in and finish up the plate and how to set safeguards in place so I don't forget (like bread that has to be toasted while I am in the middle of pulling 4 tickets)
Its kickin my @$$ but I have enjoyed it so far.
At one point I was talking to some fancy dining restaurant owners (excuse me if I didnt use the right term, I am tired) in the area and they all agreed that you have to learn how to work on a line at a station before you can go further.
I did not understand why at the time, I do now. I can see there are two parts of the restaurant game, cooking is one part but what I am learning now is the other side. Reminds me of football in a way. Could be the best running back in the world, but if you don't understand plays, it doesn't really matter.