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Guy Kawasaki, who helped make Macintosh a household name, now runs Garage Technology Ventures, a venture-capital firm. He has held his workshop, “Boot Camp for Start-ups,” around the world. Kawasaki is the author of seven previous books, including Rules for Revolutionaries.
Like I said Guy Kawasaki is an evangelist -- and a good one too.
Fortunately, though, the book is written in very short (3-page) chapters that are quick and enjoyable to read due to Guy's folksy and conversational writing style.
Rare is the time I pick up a nearly 500 page book on business that's keeps me up reading after everyone in the house has already gone to bed.
this has lots of everyday applications. this is a must read for anyone in business provides great insight thank youPublished 4 months ago by James L Campbell
Very interesting and well written book. Lots of useful tips and helpful stories. I really liked this book and unlike most business related books it gives practical realistic... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Steve Comfort
good read. funny, interesting, easy read. would recommend to fledgling entrepreneurs
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As part of my continuing education in the world of venture capital, I'm reading Guy Kawasaki's various works. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gene Morphis
This book is another great read to add to or begin your business reference materials library. Guy Kawasaki provides amazing tips and advice for any existing business or aspiring... Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Jeffrey C. Meadows
Guy Kawasaki has some keen insights on Silicon Valley and the tech industry that is worth reading. He is funny and entertaining. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by Jaewoo Kim
I love when business talk can get this easy and real, or as the author says... no bull shiitake. Will keep this book as a reality check to keep moving forward with my business... Read morePublished on September 17, 2011 by Roberto Haza
Before I do the next software deal, I'll refresh on the points in `Reality Check.' Having been in most roles during negotiations at different times, a refresher on what others at... Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by James Hayes
Entrepreneurs face terrible odds. Conceiving a new idea for a business and raising the start-up funds is hard. Executing your business plan is harder. Read morePublished on June 14, 2011 by Rolf Dobelli