Guy Kawasaki, Silicon Valley Marketing Guru and Venture Capitalist, Says These 4 Books Will Change Your Life
As one of the original members of Apple's Macintosh team in the 1980s, Guy Kawasaki says he survived working for Steve Jobs--twice. I have a confession to make. I've been a huge fan of Silicon Valley guru,
I write about leadership communication to grow sales and build brands. “We like to set crazy big goals and make them happen,” Canva CEO and co-founder, Melanie Perkins, told me in a recent conversation.
The social media giant is testing ditching "likes" in Canada. It might be bad news for influencers, but experts say it could be good for our wellbeing. One recent morning, Sarah Roberts, a 22-year-old
We’re coming to you live from day one of TNW 2019, our flagship conference in Amsterdam. Up first is Guy Kawasaki, the genius responsible for building Apple’s cult-like status that remains today. He basically
We’re coming to you live from day one of TNW 2019, our flagship conference in Amsterdam. Up next is Guy Kawasaki, the genius responsible for building Apple’s cult-like status that remains today. Kawasaki
There was a brilliant strategy behind Steve Jobs' penchant for using huge, 190-point text on his presentation slides
Former Apple Macintosh evangelist and author Guy Kawasaki has given at least 2,000 speeches since 1987. Many of the presentation techniques he uses to captivate an audience he learned from the most influential
With exactly four weeks to go until TNW Conference, we have some very exciting news to share: Guy Kawasaki will deliver TNW2019’s opening keynote on May 9 in Amsterdam! I’ve dedicated today’s entire newsletter
If you're not learning, you're dying. Learning is not an event that ends. It's not the 100 yard dash where you cross the tape and it's done. It's more like a marathon. At 62, I decided to take up surfing.
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Originally from Silicon Valley, Ned attended Stanford University as an undergraduate. After switching majors eight times, he graduated with dual majors in Earth Systems and Computer Science. Then, to shock