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

Ambitious failure, magnificent failure, is a very good thing. Guy Kawa

Guy Kawasaki
You know you're ready to write a book when you have a feeling that you should do it, no matter what anybody says. It's like falling in love or starting a company. When you're still wondering if you should get married or you're still wondering whether you should start a company that might be not the right person or the right idea. And writing is the same way. When you've locked on to the topic, you'll just write it.
Guy Kawasaki

Not many people agree with what I do.

Guy Kawasaki
Companies should always want to delight their customers.
Guy Kawasaki

What I lack in talent, I compensate with my willingness to grind it out. That's the secret of my life.

Guy Kawasaki
To say that Windows 95 is just like the Mac is like finding a potato in the shape of Jesus and thinking you have witnessed the second coming
Guy Kawasaki

Pursuing your passions makes you more interesting, and interesting people are enchanting.

Guy Kawasaki
The telephone operator has one of the biggest roles in creating your organization's image....indeed, many people may come into contact with no one except your operator.
Guy Kawasaki

"Patents make our product defensible." The optimal number of times to use the P word in a presentation is one. Just once, say, "We have filed patents for what we are doing." Done. The second time you say it, venture capitalists begin to suspect that you are depending too much on patents for defensibility. The third time you say it, you are holding a sign above your head that says, "I am clueless."

Guy Kawasaki
It's just as valuable to curate content as it is to create it.