The Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki


The Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki

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The Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki

Hardack, 2004 , 225 pages, very good condition

A new product, a new service, a new company, a new division, a new anything – where there’s a will, Kawasaki shows the way with his essential steps to launching one’s dreams.
About the Author

Guy Kawasaki is the managing director of Garage Technology Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm for high-technology companies, and a columnist for “Forbes.” Previously, he was an Apple Fellow at Apple Computer, Inc. A noted speaker and the founder of various personal computer companies, Kawasaki was one of the individuals responsible for the success of the Macintosh computer. He is also the author of seven books, including “Rules for Revolutionaries,” “How to Drive Your Competition Craz”y, “Selling the Dream,” and “The Macintosh Way.” He has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.

“A successful entrepreneur requires three things: a garage, an idea, and this book–Guy’s irrepressible guide to the raw essentials of life in a young company. I wish we could post all this information on Sequoia Capital’s Web site because it would make our jobs much easier.”–Michael Moritz, Sequoia Capital “When God made the universe, He took Guy’s advice and started small and put his whole heart into it. Okay, not everything turned out perfect, but as “The Art of the Start” makes clear, there are no guarantees, only great opportunities. Read this book and then go do something wonderful.”–Geoffrey Moore, author of “Crossing the Chasm” “This is a delightful, complete, and consummately practical entrepreneur’s handbook–quintessential Kawasaki. Every person who wants to start a business should read it. And read the footnote on page eight. There’s more good stuff in here, but this alone is worth the price of the book.”–Clayton Christensen, author of “The Innovator’s Dilemma” and “The Innovator’s Solution”