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Staying Power - What it takes to have a Sustainable Business

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

Help, I need someone and not just anyone!

From: bernadette
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 5:50 PM
To: Bruce Camber
Subject: Web site inquiry

 

There was an episode last week, I believe on either Sunday, Monday or Tuesday, where Hattie showed nine things that make a business successful or that every potential business owner should understand.

I can not seem to find it.  Can you help?

There were nine basic things one should have basic knowledge of to have a successful business.

Thank You.

Bernadette


From:  Bruce Camber
Sent:  Thursday, June 14, 2007 9:55 AM
To:
      'bernadette'

Subject: RE: Web site inquiry

The easy link to get to that episode is here:

http://search.smallbusinessschool.org/page966.html

Also, you can review each point through these links:

  1. Communicate Your Vision
  2. Define Your Business Model
  3. Understand Your Numbers
  4. Form A Board of Advisors
  5. Commit To Quality
  6. Use Technology Aggressively
  7. Be THE Place To Work
  8. Sell, Sell, Sell
  9. Be Willing To Evolve

     

As a result of your note, I tried making finding a previous episode easier.

Now, cursor over TV in the header.  In the drop-down listing there is Current Season. That will at least show you little images from each of the last thirteen episodes.

Some stations air episodes from prior seasons, so you might explore the links there to four more seasons.  You'll notice that as you go back this area also changes to display even older episodes and prior seasons of the show.>

There is a lot of original content on the site and it does take a little work sometimes.  So, if you ever get stuck, please do not hesitate to send a quick question to me.  Thanks for asking!

Warmly,

-Bruce