Tavalon Tea: John-Paul Lee Entrepreneur Profile

Over the years, I’ve come to realize that the best learning experiences are not usually found in classrooms. Experience is by far a better teacher than any textbook, but books and classrooms can make us better prepared to make the most of our experience. Among the best learning experiences that I have had in my adult life are the conversations that I have enjoyed with other business people and professionals. Indeed, I have not yet experienced a discussion with an enthusiastic entrepreneur that did not teach me something useful and that I could apply to my own businesses.

A few weeks ago I mentioned that I very much enjoy Tavalon Tea. One of the perks of writing this column is that


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2 Responses to Tavalon Tea: John-Paul Lee Entrepreneur Profile

  1. Patsy Wang-Iverson says:

    Enjoy the tea, but save money and don’t buy that gravity tea pot. Drink your tea the way Asians do: let the tea leaves settle to the bottom.

  2. Rory Park says:

    Great article and great advice! I’m looking to start a beverage company based in Asia and find your suggestions to be very insightful and your story is VERY inspiring. Tavalon sounds like an amazing business and great job on the website. John-Paul, good luck with your child and I hope we can get together to share baby stories someday after I get my business up and running!

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