Guy Kawasaki is a distinguished American author, entrepreneur, Silicon Valley capitalist and marketing specialist. In 1984, he worked for ‘Apple’ and was entrusted with the responsibility of marketing their Macintosh computer line. He is accredited with popularizing the word ‘evangelist’ while marketing the Macintosh computer. He is also renowned for the concepts of technology evangelism and evangelism marketing. He was also the part of ‘Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees’, a non-profit operating organization of Wikipedia. He has also expressed his thoughts, views and opinions on subjects close to his heart through his books which include ‘Database 101’ and ‘The Art of Social Media’. Following is a corpus of thoughts and quotable quotes by one of the most prominent sales experts which have been excerpted from his interviews, lectures, writings, books, work, life and public utterances. Read through the quotations and sayings by Guy Kawasaki.
Writing is the starting point from which all goodness (and crappiness) flows.
Starting your book is only the first five miles of a twenty-six-mile marathon that’s one-third of a triathlon (authoring, publishing, and entrepreneuring).
Knowledge is great. Competence is great. But the combination of both encourages people to trust you and increases your powers of enchantment. And in this world, the combination is a breath of fresh air.