I've long been a fan of Guy Kawasaki.
In fact, I have autographed copies of two of his books because I saw
him speak back in the old days when I attended meetings of the St.
Louis Macintosh Users Group (which, if memory serves me was known as
GMUG, or the Gateway Mac User Group).
I've recently finished Guy's latest book, The Art of the Start.
As the number of dog-eared pages will attest, I found it to be another
great book from Guy. I've got a bunch of new ideas that I hope to
implement in my own business between now and the end of the year.
Guy also has some excellent comments on lawyers and the use of
lawyers by businesses that I plan to comment on in the near future.
There is a strong message in Guy's discussion of lawyers that many
lawyers really need to hear and there is also some wise, practical
advice that businesspeople who hire lawyers really need to understand.
And I'm not saying that just because I agree with Guy's comments. More
about that topic later.
Now, I'm looking for another chance to see
Guy speak so I can go for the trifecta on owning autographed copies of
his books and, more important, get the chance to say thank you in