hi i'm new to the forum. i've been cooking professionally for 5 years now. i still have one big problem that haunts me everyday and no matter how much advice i've gotten and how many tongue lashings i've got hasn't helped. i can't keep up. when it gets busy and all the orders keep coming in i just get more and more behind. i'm moving faster than anyone else in the kitchen. i try and stay focused but with so much going on i lose track of whats happening. i'll be so caught up in plating 10 plates as fast as i can since the meat guy is waiting for the plates that i forget about the pasta on teh stove or the potato in the oven. and even when it's not a matter of being in the weeds during service i find it hard to stay on top of my prep. i was preping a tray of potatos and it took me half an hour. i did it side by side with someone else. my hands were moving ten times faster and he finished before i did. i couldn't see anything more efficient about the way he was doing it. people have told me to slow down and concentrate. when that happends i get even more behind beause i become lethargic thinking that being calm is going to get me out of the weeds. anyone else face the same problem? anyone know of any good ways to solve this?