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Guy Kawasaki. Managing Director. Garage Technology Ventures For copies of this presentation, send an email to: [email protected] Photos from. Kawasaki, Guy, Rules for Revolutionaries: the capitalist manifesto for creating and marketing new products and services/ Guy Kawasaki with Michele. Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist at Apple Computer and an iconoclastic corporate tactician who now works with high-tech startups in Silicon Valley.

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You’ll see it in their eyes: This book is interesting as it gives some practical revolutionarie on how to market your business and your services. Some of this echoes the new thinking on start-up entrepreneurship championed by Steven Blank and LeanLaunchPad methodology, such as get out of the building and TALK to revoltuionaries about how your product or service is actually being used which can lead to surprising avenues or how it might be improved; “revolutionary products don’t fail because they are shipped too early…They fail because they aren’t revised fast enough.

I was given this book to read from work, and it turned out to be a far more interesting read than I had hoped. While there, I worked for a fine-jewelry manufacturer called Nova Stylings; hence, my first real job was literally counting diamonds. I’m delighted whenever I find books for a quarter, even when I know they’re crappy hate-reads.

And, of course, one particular aspect of his reality is evangelism. Ever watch “Shark Tank? Open Preview See a Problem? You must log in to post a comment. I very rarely think that about books, and I consider this to be a positive exception. Nov 12, Erica rated it liked it. For the record, I’d like to put it out that I’d be willing to help fund the writing and publication of a book pooing on this entire genre of BS.


You can’t fake ownership.

So what the hell–I’ll give this stupid book two stars. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This decision was an empowered, nonparanoid, and highly “analog” decision.

How to innovate: Guy Kawasaki’s Rules for Revolutionaries

Mar 02, Carljoe Javier rated it it was amazing. Treat Your Customers Like Kamaainas locals Businesses support kamaaina pricing because kamaainas are existing, long-term, and repeat customers and because it’s good public relations to support members of the local community By contrast, because most companies want to attract new business there’s the market share death magnet again! If your ideas are any good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats My interpretation of naysaying, bozosity, and predictions of failure is that they indicate you’re on to something.

Here’s why Catalyze a Virtual Community You too can build a community of people interested in your revolution by supporting the creation of such “user groups. Admittedly, the book took me all of about 90 minutes to read but I was totally pumped afterwards. Make announcements that you know you can achieve and then strive to do better Many a revolution never got started because it was overhyped Does this mean you should sandbag people?

He didn’t have much to say, just amplifying past accomplishments. From Nova, its CEO Marty Gruber, and my Jewish colleagues in the jewelry business, I learned how to sell, and this skill was vital to my entire career. Some fantastic quotes on buffoonery, and some really great take away’s on targeting customers. This book was written over a decade ago and is geared heavily towards the tech industry, some of the material is a bit outdated. Mostly, i find that this book was a great read in the mid’s at the essor of the internet.

This doesn’t mean that when people say your revolution will fail, it will necessarily succeed No matter what people say, if you don’t try at all, you will never know So don’t let anything grind you down: Other forms of PayPal payment besides donations.


How to innovate: Guy Kawasaki’s Rules for Revolutionaries

He gives his own recipe and methods to do just that. Remember, books are a cheap way to learn new things and to benefit from the experience of others at no cost. Be the first to ask a question about Rules For Revolutionaries.

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This is worth a read, go on! Kawasaki talks about his own reality throughout the book.

Thinking digital means using technology to look at real data, track interactions with customers, and mine for information to serve people better. I think this was probably awesome inbut now I can pretty much figure out that Microsoft’s website is www.

And the third, “Work Like a Slave,” focuses on the commitment that is actually required to beat the odds and change the world. Two things that kept bugging me: Nonetheless, there is still a lot of it that can be used. What is the hardest thing you, as an evangelist, ever had to do?

The knee-jerk, unthinking reaction is, “No can do. Overall, an easy but both important and invigorating read. As always, I hope you enjoyed this book review!

Rules for Revolutionaries by Guy Kawasaki

Feb 12, John Stepper rated it liked it. Reconsideration under suitable scripts. This book was my primary source for these quotes.

Never mind that the marginal revenue will exceed the marginal cost. Easy read, great personality.