Guy's journey is your reward.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Rules for Revolutionaries: The Capitalist Manifesto for Creating New Products and Services (Hardcover)
You either like Guy Kawasaki or you don't. Evangelists polarize people. The question is, for the people who like Guy's stuff, is this book worth buying?
My answer is "YES!" because:
- This book is packed with more examples than any 2 previous books of Guy's. Guy harnessed a virtual community (the "Rules for Revolutionaries" discussion list) and it shows with the breadth and balance of examples.
- Death Magnates (chapter 6). This idea is genuinely new, empirical (coming from observations at the National Training Center), and once you "get" it, a wack on the side of the head.
- Ripeness. Of all Guy's work, this book is the 1984 Cabernet. Rather than fad surfing 100% new stuff into each book, Guy has developed a kernel of ideas that he refines, extends, and develops. I was surprised how far he was able to develop these ideas since HOW TO DRIVE YOUR COMPETITION CRAZY.
I think if you buy it, you'll like it. I was very pleased.