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    Index of a few letters by topic and author

      Topic             Focus / Author             Episode

    Critics                Internet / Gloria              Internet Basics
                              Mo's / Joseph                  Mo's

    Education          College / Thomson           Favorites #1 & #2
                              HS / Coyman                   Related episode
                              HS / Bonetti                     Chocolate Crickets
                              Learn from All           

    Help!                 Internet / Bernadette    Staying Power

    Indexes             Index of Learning Companies

    Integrity             Open Letter to President Obama

    Key Ideas          Cash Flow / Gardiner       Many
                              Compensation                  Many
                              Financials / Stickney         Related episode
                              Incubators / Shamiso
                              Podcasts / Gardiner
                              Retirement / Anderson
                              Services  (Professsional)   Many
                              Advertising, Architecture, Animation, Design
                              SWOT Analysis / Anderson           

    Paths & Steps   An Idea / Jason
                             Start Up / Cope

    Producers         We are all Producers

    Thanks              From Cliff Prescott, Fat Towels


    Our letters to you

    60/60:  A Proposed Beginning for GPS-based Cities
    Also, referred to as Priceless-Cheap Real Estate.  This letter might be considered the simple beginning of a  Billion-Dollar Idea.

    Architecture of the future website
    Websites constantly evolve. This one started in December 1994
    and it evolves daily.

    Co-sign this letter to President Barak Obama
    Encourage the unemployed to start a business

    Hugh McColl, Jr., former Chairman of Bank of America
    on "60 Minutes" says there is nothing good about being small.

    New York Times Launches Small Business Video
    based entirely on the Small Business School episodes

    Storytelling & Metaphor from Bruce Camber
    To Anne Douglas, On the Edge, Aberdeen, Scotland

    Favorite letters throughout the years:

    On spending hours on this website!
    Joanna Reed, Reed's Marine, Lake Chelan, Washington

    About leadership.  Do you have what it takes?

    Meet Keith Grint and many owners.  Letter from Alan Preston.


    Our open letters... reflections on these days

    "Dear Mom"  Thoughts on Mother's Day   The Family Apron

    On turning one's passion into a business

    May 10, 2007

    Dear Mr. Camber,

    I was deeply pleased one morning when I awoke extremely early and stumbled down stairs to work on some tea related things and as I turned on the TV I found your small business school program, which intrigued my interest. As I sat there warmed by my fireplace and sipping tea, the TV business class was just what I need to re-energize my mind and get back to work on my business plans and strategies.

    Tea is my passion and joy.  Tea brings solace, peace, energy and life back into us; and these days, we need that every moment. I love to share what I know with everyone.  

    Have you ever been to a tea tasting? This is a great way to experiment with tea and taste different ones. This is a very important aspect to my tea company. I hold tea tastings in people's homes with several of their friends; it's fun and tasty. It's kind of like a wine-tasting experience without the alcohol. A tea experience tends to be enlightening to most as they are not aware of the many flavors and liquors of tea.

    Michele Cope
    Alternateave Tea Company
    URL: http://www.alternateave.com

    Response from a Newbie Among Tea Drinkers

    May 10, 2007

    Hi Michelle -
     
    Welcome to Small Business School.  I am a relative newbie within the tea world. I got tired of coffee -- just stopped tasting good -- even from Starbucks, so I tried their Chai Tea.  It was too good to be true.  It had to be 50% sugar.  But, it was enough to get me going.  That was about a year ago.
     
    I then started buying Tazo Chai Tea (loose leaves) and became quite good at it.  I wrote to the Tazo folks to see if they were as lovely as their boxes indicated and discovered Starbucks!  What a business story they are!    By the way my Chai tea was made using a little maple syrup for sweetener.  So good.   
     
    I then tried Revolution, Stash Chai, Bija Green Tea Chai, Bigelow Spiced Chai, Twinings Chai, Republic Chai, Karen Krasne's Honeybush Masala Chai... enough already.  I then began doing Rooibos.  Then Uncle Lee's Green from Fu-Jian, China.  Then a friend sent me 103 King's Tea.  All quite fascinating...
     
    Now what?
     
    So, it is with great anticipation that we welcome a tea expert to Small Business School.  I look forward to your advice on my next tea acquisition!  
     
    Warmly,
     
    Bruce (and Hattie!  She says, "Welcome! Congratulations on starting a business around your passion and expertise.")

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