Monday, May 22, 2006

Guy Kawasaki on Start-ups

Guy Kawasaki's description of After the Honeymoon includes some sound advice like
"Remember: Founder status affords a person equity, not immunity."
And "... generally speaking, there are more lousy clients than lousy [marketing] agencies. It’s your job to understand how to be a good client."
And finally, "I have never seen a company fail because it couldn’t expand fast enough. I have seen many companies die because they “invested in the future” and “spent ahead” to avoid missing an opportunity."

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