The more popular a person thinks he is in the blogosphere, the thinner his skin and the thicker his hypocrisy. This should be exactly the opposite: the higher you go the thicker the skin and thinner the hypocrisy.

-Guy Kawasaki
Guy Kawasaki

Try stuff. I also used to believe that it's better to be smart than lucky because if you're smart you can out-think the competition. I don't believe that anymore-this is not to say that you should strive for a high level of stupidity. My point is that luck is a big part of many successes, so (a) don't get too bummed out when you see a bozo succeed; and (b) luck favors the people who try stuff, not simply think and analyze. As the Chinese say, "One must wait for a long time with your mouth open before a Peking duck flies in your mouth."

Guy Kawasaki
How to Drive Your Competition Crazy
Guy Kawasaki

You need to save some mental, physical, and emotional resources for enhancing your product after you ship. A revolution is a triathlon, not a hundred-yard dash-it requires long distance stamina and multiple skills such as creating, churning, and evangelizing.

Guy Kawasaki
When you give people too many choices it makes them hesitate and not buy stuff.
Guy Kawasaki

I have four kids in a private school who have not yet entered college. Their tuition is what keeps me motivated. Life is simple sometimes.

Guy Kawasaki
You say: "I'm a blue sky thinker." Investor thinks: "You have no business model, and you don't know how to ship."
Guy Kawasaki

The best reason to start an organization is to make meaning; to create a product or service to make the world a better place.

Guy Kawasaki
Everything you want is cheap or free. If you went to a venture capitalist and said: "I need money to buy tools." You flunked the IQ test, I mean every tool that you need is free!
Guy Kawasaki

I merely consider myself a father, and one role of a father is to provide financial resources for his family.

Guy Kawasaki
I think the crisis part is over. Certainly, we still have a lot of hard work to do.