Get some help locally from a SCORE counselor
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
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!
About leadership. Do you have what it takes?
Joanna Reed, Reed's Marine, Lake Chelan, Washington
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
From: May Kollaja [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 7:40 PM
To: Bruce Camber
Subject: Re: The 4th of July - God bless America!
Thanks for the message. As you know, our chapter sponsors the showing of your show on PBS in Corpus Christi, Texas.
I really enjoyed the program on "Democratic Capitalism". The speaker was outstanding and I loved his very applicable scripture quotes.
May Kollaja, Score Counselor (an earlier email from May in the top right box)
SCORE Chapter 221 (goes to the chapter's website)
Corpus Christi, Texas (goes to our Texas resource page
From: Bruce Camber
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 11:00 PM
Subject: Your letter today
Hi May –
Thanks so much for writing. Great to hear from you.
And, thank you for your comments on the episode about democratic capitalism and economic independence. That is one of our very favorite episodes. But catch us another day... we have so many favorites!
Now, if I recall, we had a verbal agreement to help you with your SCORE work when you sponsored the show on the local station. We would love to help in any way that we can. And, remember, Ken Yancey, national CEO of SCORE is an old friend of ours. So let's get your SCORE people all registered on the site, let me know and we will give them a year's access for free.
Every new counseling session might begin with Staying Power - What it takes to have a Sustainable Business. Then that person might use that episode with every new person they hire or take on as a contractor or consultant. At some point every counselor should work with the owner and their CPA and have them work through “Understand the Lifeblood of Your Business” about tracking key critical ratios. It is so under-estimated! And then on federal holidays, I think every employee should be coached by the owner and they all watch that episode about democratic capitalism.
Also, if you all have some CPAs among your group, we will offer them free CPE over on that site: http://cpe4cpas.com/ Perhaps you could use that incentive and those three episodes to recruit CPAs to be SCORE counselors!
Let's talk soon. On July 20., Hattie and I depart for Tokyo, then Beijing, Hanoi, Hong Kong... ultimately in Iceland, then back to Dallas.