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Guy Kawasaki Art of Start: standing ovation

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 22-Jul-2006 21:25

Some of my friends, companions of the weekly geek meetup/coffee at Astoria are their own bosses. They work for themselves, and some are in a stealth mode, creating new platforms and frameworks from their ideas (that's you Peter!).

To them (and everyone else really), I recommend watching Guy Kawasaki's The Art of Start Video.

I know Peter is reading The Art of Start right now (he borrowed my copy last time he came around for dinner), and he's working his way through the maze trying to find funding for his idea.

Worth watching, worth reading the book.





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