Most People Never Use Good Advice: Guy Kawasaki on the Art of the Start

If you’ve time available, check out Guy Kawasaki on the Art of the Start  (thanks to Timothy McGee [Not the NCIS character] for tipping us to this).

Guy has a book by the same name full of good tips, although it is a bit dated — he talks about how difficult it is to get a good job in 2004! Nothing Guy says is new, but as we’ve already said, that’s typical of good advice.  What most people never do with good advice is use it.

Today, decide you’ll drop your guard and take a little advice onboard.

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