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An Interview with Guy Kawasaki

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Growthink's Co-Founder Dave Lavinsky had the opportunity to speak with entrepreneurship guru Guy Kawasaki last week. Guy is the Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures. His blog, "How To Change the World," is ranked among the world's top 100 blogs, and he is a successful author. In 2004, his book "The Art of the Start" was a BusinessWeek bestseller.

You can click here to listen to the entire interview or download the transcript: http://www.growthinkuniversity.com/public/226.cfm

In the interview, Guy spoke openly about the things to keep in mind when seeking venture capital, the words to avoid using in any conversation with a VC, and his new book, "Reality Check: The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competition." For those seeking capital, there’s also an interesting eHarmony.com vs. HotOrNot.com comparison to listen for.

Also, we encourage entrepreneurs to visit Guy's site Alltop.com, specifically these three sub-categories:

* Innovation
* Startups
* Venture Capital

To listen to the interview or view the transcript, visit this link:
http://www.growthinkuniversity.com/public/226.cfm

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