Dianne Reinhardt runs a small artisan bakery outside of Atlanta, and she's thriving despite the bad economy. She says she runs her business like a family budget: she doesn't spend money she doesn't have. When the price of an ingredient goes up, she simply cuts it out of the recipe - or she makes smaller loaves.
Her prudence is more than about money, though. Before she was a business owner, Dianne was a nurse. She saw too many people die before living out their dreams. Dianne talks with Dick Gordon about how she built her bakery and how she plans to keep it strong, even in this economy. This story originally aired on October 27, 2008.