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New York Times employs Small Business School videos

More Open Letters Over the Years

8 August 2011: Andy Kessler's Five Ideas to Create Jobs!

4 August 2011:  Economists are clueless!?!  But, you're not!

2 August 2011:  We all must participate (to Barack Obama)

25 July 2011:  NYT Nick Kristof cheeky Bonuses for Billionaires

July 2011:  Economic Development Project for the 30/90

February 2011:  Arne Duncan, US Secretary of Education

September 2010: Stephen Hawking and Len Mlodinow's
Grand Design: It is not as grand as they think.

March 2009:  60/60:  A Beginning for GPS-based Cities
Referred to as Priceless-Cheap Real Estate, this letter might be considered the simple beginning of a billion-dollar idea.

January 2009: President Barack H. Obama
Encourage the unemployed to start a business

October 2008: Hugh McColl, Jr., a Chairman, Bank of America on "60 Minutes" says"There is nothing good about being small."

May 2007:  New York Times Launches Small Business Video
based entirely on the Small Business School episodes


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

Industries          Type of Business:  Restaurants

Key Ideas           Cash Flow / Gardiner        Many
                          Compensation                  Many
                          Financials / Stickney         Related episode
                          GPS-based Cities              $0-to-$1B
                          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


Think what you will about the New York Times today, at one time it was one of the most-highly respected newspapers in the world.


May 1, 2007 at 11 PM

Hi -

At about 11 PM, the New York Times opened a small business center on their website using 25 of  Small Business School's video clips to launch.   The videos range from 2 to 4 minutes long, and all are answers to key critical questions that small business owners face everyday. 

If you haven't been to http://SmallBusinessSchool.org recently, we invite you to come back and take a look at any one of over 800 of those videos that are available today. These are all short-burst, user-driven streaming video, key ideas from episodes of the show over the years.

Another 1200 video clips are being added, about ten per day!

Just this past week we re-launched the interactive part of our website so you can readily search and find the video answers to your questions.

But more, when Hattie asks the questions, listen to the answer on video, be thinking, "How would I answer that question?" If you'll look through the case study guide and transcript, you'll quickly formulate your own answers. Now, you can enter those answers and create content.

There is something special that happens as you reflect on these questions. You really are encouraged to dig deeper and think boldly. The resulting answers which become your transcript will not sound like or perform like an infomercial. Your answers will be better.

Eventually your transcript will become a guide to create your video; and when people hear and see you talking about things of the heart, mind and soul, you and your business will have more credibility and authenticity.

We have been told by wise people throughout our years of productions, that to do business with you, people have to know you, like you, and trust you. 

This website and these videos are here to empower  your business.

Warmly,

-Bruce Camber