25 Disruptive Guy Kawasaki Quotes

 

“When it comes to rainmaking, there’s clearly a reason why God gave us two ears but only one mouth.”

“Create something, sell it, make it better, sell it some more. Then, create something that makes it obsolete.”

“The biggest titles don’t always have the biggest brains. Instead, go after key influencers.”

“What I lack in talent, I compensate with my willingness to grind it out. That’s the secret of my life.”

“Everyone is better than you at something. You’re not superior to every person in every way.”

“Simple and to the point is always the best way to get your point across.”

“When you’ve worked hard and walked through the doorway of opportunity, don’t slam it shut behind you.”

Guy Kawasaki Quotes

“Smart, well-meaning people get it wrong when they start believing that the world owes them something.”

“Enchantment is to delight people. The outcome is voluntary, lasting support that’s mutually beneficial.”

“If you provide them with the right info, they’re the best judges of the suitability of your product.”

“Ambitious failure — magnificent failure — is a very good thing.”

“Ignore schmexperts – they’re the bad combination of schmucks who are experts, or experts who are schmucks.”

“Patience is the art of concealing your impatience.”

“Good people hire people better than themselves.”

Guy Kawasaki Quotes

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“The goal is likability, not superiority.”

 “Don’t be discouraged by the size of your network – inspire one person and you are doing good.”

“Facebook is for people, Twitter is for perspective, Google+ is for passion, LinkedIn is for pimping.”

“Suck up with subtlety.”

“A good idea is 10% inspiration and 90% implementation.”

 “Sell, don’t enable buying.”

“Pursuing your passions makes you more interesting, and interesting people are enchanting.”

“For selling to work, you need face-to-face, personalized and intense contact.”

“Enchantment is as necessary for people to diverge from a crowd as it is for people to join one.”

“Great companies start because the founders want to change the world… not make a fast buck.”

“If achieving success were easy, more people would do it.”

**If you like these quotes, you can find more information about Guy Kawasaki and much more great advice, on his website.**

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