Guy’s Advice

Silicon Valley icon Guy Kawasaki talks business. A conversation hosted by SCU’s My Own Business Institute

Guy’s Advice

“Make the product you want to use and hope for the best.” The Guy in question here is Silicon Valley icon Guy Kawasaki, in a conversation hosted by SCU’s My Own Business Institute (MOBI) in January.

The author of Art of the Start gave Leavey School of Business students insight into his illustrious career, including as an early evangelist for Apple. More advice: “That product should make meaning. It should make people’s lives better.”

Above, all he emphasized the importance of making a difference.

“One of the natural consequences of making meaning is making money,” he said. “But you have to remember which came first. If you just want to make money, go be an investment banker.”

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