Guy Kawasaki is famous for calling rubbish like it is — it’s “bull shiitake”!
And for those of you who don’t know of him, he’s an entrepreneur, who made his name originally at Apple, a venture capitalist, a columnist for Entrepreneur magazine and the author of 8 books.
In this series of videos from his How to Change the World blog (remember – it isn’t necessary to be modest to be a successful entrepreneur!), he forewarns ambitious entrepreneurs about the challenge of trying to get VCs to open their coffers, and then spells out how to get the attention of a VC if you believe you have a fundable business.
Watch the videos not only their entertainment value but for the gold nuggets he gives away about what is at the heart of a good business – whether you opt to get it funded by VCs or not!