فن البداية : الدليل المجرب لأي شخص بصدد إنشاء أي مشروع جديد أو القيام بأي عمل (2020)

فن البداية : الدليل المجرب لأي شخص بصدد إنشاء أي مشروع جديد أو القيام بأي عمل Guy Kawasaki
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  • Author: Guy Kawasaki
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  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
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  1. Chad Warner

    An excellent handbook for those starting a business or non profit, stressing function over form and action over planning The lessons apply to organizations whether they re bootstrapping or seeking funding from venture capitalists or angel investors Kawasaki includes plenty of historical examples and firsthand experience, making this a practical real world resource that s valuable than a simply conceptual textbook.Guy Kawasaki is a respected serial entrepreneur whose articles I ve read in Inc ma [...]

  2. Quinn

    Hmm Pretty boring for a book that is suppose to light a fire The real art of starting is starting, which I did, I just couldn t finish it.

  3. Conrad Zero

    Not bad, but focused on a very niche market The Art of the Start by Guy Kawasaki is subtitled The Time Tested, Battle Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything Unfortunately, that isn t entirely true, unless you consider reading only the chapters that pertain to you The book does have a very specific audience in mind, and the subtitle should have been How to take your start up business idea and use venture capital to become the next Apple Nike Coke Microsoft Like I said, pretty niche, and not [...]

  4. Anita Campbell

    I think this is one of the best startup books out there and Kawasaki s best book But it s not a book for everyone.The focus is on tech entrepreneurs While much of the advice is applicable to other industries, the book will hit the bullseye specifically with those starting technology businesses.Another thing about this book parts of it contain advice for those seeking funding from angel and VC investors Since that covers a tiny percentage of the entrepreneurial population, it s really targeted to [...]

  5. John Montgomery

    A book by Guy Kawasaki is always a fun read Kawasaki has a great sense of humor and is not afraid to speak his truth The Art of the Start and Rob Adams A Good Hard Kick in the Ass are two of my favorite books about the process of starting a company Both authors speak their truth.Kawasaki has an innate sense of how much information the brain can absorb at any one time This book is composed of lots of digestible nuggets of advice, which he brings to life with stories and quotations Kawasaki s use [...]

  6. Lance

    I picked this book up earlier in the year while browsing in the bookstore That s partly why I picked up the book I succumbed to a dangerous moment Putting me in a bookstore is like putting an alcoholic in a bar we re both going to get something.Yet I also found the subtitle enchanting The Time Tested, Battle Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything I was initially intrigued by the idea of starting my life over again, so I sat down on the floor in the bookstore aisle to see what this book had [...]

  7. Matthew Cooney

    Accessible with great, practical advice, especially regarding the forming of a team and bootstrapping versus VC funding Much of what he s written is consistent with what I m learning on the Meetup networking circuit here in Boston.You can skim through the social media chapters it s dated particular emphasis on Google.I recommend to anyone considering taking the plunge or actually plunging.

  8. Alison P

    I ve read the first 20 pages of a lot of supposedly similar books and given up on them Time, after all, is one of the most valuable assets to an entrepreneur, and I won t have mine wasted But with The Art of the Start I was learning and thinking on every page, and genuinely got excited about my own business by reading this book it doesn t get much better than that.Guy Kawasaki has a gift for getting right to the heart of an issue, in a no nonsense way, which of course every entrpreneur needs I m [...]

  9. Michael Finocchiaro

    The Art of the Start 2004 is another killer crash course but this time in starting stuff It is clear that Guy took away wheelbarrows of experience and war stories from his stint at Apple and that he has turned that into gold at his current venture, garages who, incidentally, helps find venture capital for startups in SillyValley This book is short, witty, readable and an essential pump you up for those thinking of starting a business or a venture or a project or whatever The book is built upon f [...]

  10. Emily

    Fun, informative read from someone who knows what he s talking about He includes interesting and memorable stories to illustrate his points He also provides enough examples and details that you feel that you have a chance of actually implementing what he suggests without belaboring it or overgeneralizing to the point of uselessness.Particularly liked the chapters on being a mensch and rainmaking He advocates a boot strapping, get it done business mentality with a solid core of integrity.Certainl [...]

  11. Lynn

    The draw back of listening to this on audiobook as opposed to reading it in print was that I didn t do the exercises or write down ideas of things that I really thought were important it is hard to do when driving 65 miles per hour down the highway But it is my hope to re listen to this book soon so that ideas can percolate in my head and turn into action.This breaks the project into many points If you are starting a business or a church group or a new hobby you need a plan All projects start wi [...]

  12. kareem

    original review reemer archives 2005 0I first heard of Guy Kawasaki when his brilliant college graduation speech passed through my email client several years ago His speech impressed with his practical insight, entertainment value, and conciseness I later learned that he had evangelized the original Macintosh while at Apple, which made his book on startups a no brainer read for me.The Art of the Start is a quick read, and is written in Kawasaki s entertaining and informative style It details the [...]

  13. Heba

    the most beautiful stories in this book Daniel J Simons of the University of Illinois and Christopher F.Chabris of Harvard University ran an interesting experiment that hasrainmaking implications They asked students to watch a video oftwo teams of players throwing basketballs to one another The students task was to count how many passes one team made to theirteammates.Thirty five seconds into the video, an actor dressed as a gorillaentered the room the players were in, thumped his chest, and rem [...]

  14. Herve

    The Art of the Start is a great book because it inspires Guy Kawasaki, the author, does tell you how to build a convincing vision, a convincing pitch It is not about writing a 40 page business plan It is about the value of making meaning which may induce making money The book is clear, simple and once you have read it, you will not see things the same way go, run and buy it A brief quote from the book which illustrates why start ups are important Innovation often originates outside existing orga [...]

  15. Lamec Mariita

    This book was funny and inspiring It gives you tips and advices on how to launch your company or project A very quick read that cuts to the chase and provides insight that every Entrepreneur with or without a plan should read The book written in a style that is very entertaining, yet contains so much wisdom that it feels like you have Guy sitting beside you as mentor It s the book you should select if you want to read one book about start ups.

  16. Joe Robles

    There s a reason this book is recommended reading for anyone thinking of starting a business It has great ideas that even an existing company could use to help make their business better The book is primarily focused on tech start ups, which makes sense, but even if you re planning on starting a brick and mortar store you can adapt the ideas to fit your business.Definitely read whether you re planning on selling cupcakes or software.

  17. Loic Banet

    I was quite disappointed with this book and found it empty It s a good introduction without any particular ideas I mean they are many challenging startups books with great ideas, from Eric Reis, Peter Thiel, Ben Horovitz.This book is nothing but a summary of facts The worst thing is that most of these facts are obvious or not true any I mean who does a 30 pages business plan nowadays In short only read this book if you want a new conversation topic at the dinner table.

  18. Dave Charbonneau

    One of four books I recommend for taking ideas from mind to market Kawasaki breaks things down into simple steps This is the How To outline to start any project as well as how to present the project to prospective partners, investors, or customers Combined with the right philosophy, this book should help any project get off the ground without all the useless rhetoric You can see this book in action as I move projects forward at SelfEnterpriser

  19. Riley Trimble

    Art of the Start is a decent, quick business book I completely agree with his revenue first and structure second approach to startups Refreshing advice as it seems some startups can grab funding before they even have a revenue game plan Also, a bonus point for overusing the elegant word bozo.

  20. Todd Ramsey

    There are very few books that I ve read in one day This is one of them Simple, practical and incredibly valuable, this book is a straight forward guide to starting a company, non profit or church though the latter group will have to drawn some conclusions of their own, as the book is definitely targeted to those looking to create a new product or service.I strongly recommend this book.

  21. Alena B.

    To start your business first of all you need the idea that will change the world If you have it, this book will help you to represent it in the right way The advises are simple and obvious but nonetheless are still brilliant This is a desk book for all beginners

  22. Jessica

    I d heard good things about this book, but ultimately found it disappointing Might be ideal for someone just entering the business world, but as the owner of a small design studio I found much of the advice to be useless or outdated.

  23. Travis

    Being involved in a start up business, I see the wisdom presented in this book It provides a good summary insights, with relevant actions, and additional references for the reader to pursue further It is a worthwhile read for anyone considering starting a business or for those actively trying to grow a business since it provides points for intreprenuers.

  24. Ivan William

    Good basic guidelines and advice on starting up a company The book also features further readings from which the writer may have derived the ideas from Title of the book implies that it s a guide to start anything but it is relatively tech industry focused, which may not be applicable to other industries e.g starting non profits or school Overall, a helpful and enjoyable read.

  25. Rochdi Raïs

    if you re new to reading business books this one might help but I really don t think it deserves all the buzz it s empty and information s are so basic I left two stars because the author is funny and has a simple writing style

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