Hello chefs. I could use any and all advice about my current job prospect. This is pertinent and means more to me than anything in my short 23 years lived. I'll give you a brief synopsis of what my predicament is now. I just moved to Queens NY 5 days ago. I transferred to Whole Foods as an overnight baker. I had my first night last night and was not impressed with the idea of throwing frozen items into an oven overnight as my job. My goal and passion is to cook. I moved here for that soul reason. So I took a nap this morning when I got home from work, woke up and started hitting craigslist for kitchen openings. I found one about 15 minutes away. I went in at 5p.m. when he had available time, and he gave me an opportunity to train this Sunday. I told him I had little to no formal experience, and he mentioned he didn't care what school I went to or what I've done in the past. As long as I can perform and am capable he could train me. Of course this training is free, but I do have the money saved up to be stabilized. Now this training day will conflict with my job, but I decided I'd take the big gamble and quit my job to pursue my goal of working in the kitchen. I am in NYC now, so now is the time to do it. My question to you chefs is; How should I approach this besides the obvious of being on time, and being attentive and motivated?