7 Lessons From Guy Kawasaki They Won't Teach You At Business School

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Guy Kawasaki: Chief Evangelist of Canva, executive fellow at the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley, entrepreneur and former advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple. Author of 13 books, including the best business book ever written: The Art of The Start.

Here are 7 lessons I've learnt by reading his books and by following him online in the last years. 7 business lessons they won’t teach you at business school.

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7 Lessons From Guy Kawasaki They Won't Teach You At Business School

  1. 1. 7 Lessons from Guy Kawasaki they won’t teach you at business school
  2. 2. Make meaning 1
  3. 3. The best reason to start a company is to make money
  4. 4. The best reason to start a company is to make money meaning
  5. 5. Do good have fun “ Do good, have fun, and the money will come — Richard Branson
  6. 6. Make a mantra 2
  7. 7. Make a mission statement
  8. 8. Make a mission statement mantra
  9. 9. The mission of Wendy’s is to deliver superior quality products and services for our customers and communities, through leadership, innovation and partnerships.
  10. 10. The mission of Wendy’s is to deliver superior quality products and services for our customers and communities, through leadership, innovation and partnerships. this is a mission statement
  11. 11. The mission of Wendy’s is to deliver superior quality products and services for our customers and communities, through leadership, innovation and partnerships. this is a mission statement useless
  12. 12. Quality is our recipe
  13. 13. Quality is our recipe this is a mantra
  14. 14. Music for everyone Democratize design Just do it
  15. 15. Jump to the next curve 3
  16. 16. Don’t be content with doing things 10% better. Do things 10 times better.
  17. 17. Jeff Bezos went from 250,000 books in an analog book store to 2.5 million books in a digital book store.
  18. 18. Jeff Bezos went from 250,000 books in an analog book store to 2.5 million books in a digital book store. he jumped to the next curve
  19. 19. Don’t worry, be crappy! 4
  20. 20. Don’t wait for your product to be perfect.
  21. 21. Don’t wait for your product to be perfect. get going!
  22. 22. Lots of things made the first Macintosh in 1984 a piece of crap, but it was a revolutionary piece of crap. — Guy Kawasaki “
  23. 23. Follow the 10/20/30 rule 5
  24. 24. This is for presenters
  25. 25. max 10 slides max 20 minutes min 30 points
  26. 26. Hire better than yourself 6
  27. 27. A players hire A players
  28. 28. A players hire A players A +
  29. 29. Be a mensch 7
  30. 30. like him
  31. 31. Help people who cannot help you
  32. 32. Do the right thing. The right way.
  33. 33. Pay back society
  34. 34. Follow the 10/20/30 ruleDon’t worry, be crappy! Hire better than yourself Make meaning Make a mantra Jump to the next curve Be a mensch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  35. 35. click the pic to read the full article
  36. 36. Connect with me
  37. 37. Can I give you a hand finding great content? SIGNUPFORMY WEEKLYROUNDUP OFSTORIESWORTH SHARING
  38. 38. Can I give you a hand finding great content? SIGNUPFORMY WEEKLYROUNDUP OFSTORIESWORTH SHARING click
  39. 39. Render unto Caesar Credits Fonts Symbols Images Gotham Over the Rainbow The Noun Project Guy Kawasaki via guykawasaki.com Money by fsecarvt Richard Branson by WSJ Loud speaker by unknown source LaFerrari by Otis Blank Waiting by Ulf Bodin Steve Jobs via ffbsccn Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer via 429 Lazy by Tony Delgrosso Dalai Lama by Christopher Michel Martin Luther King by Deviant Art Bill Gates via Business Insider the things that are Caesar’s

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