It is an honor to be asked to review, ahead of its release, a new book.
Especially if you admire the author, as I do Guy Kawasaki.
He is not the typical business author.
What I primarily appreciate about this publication, and his persona, is that Mr Kawasaki doesn’t attempt to be perfect.
Instead he shares many of his sizable faux pas (such as saying “no” to jobs which would have quite possibly made him enormously wealthy).
Well…Guy IS enormously wealthy…IN LIFE!…which is what he so excellently shares in his new book “Wise Guy” (a recommended read for those searching to enrich their “life’s journey”)
In short, do not make a mistake by NOT reading this book (instead make OTHER mistakes!)
As Guy writes: I hope my stories help you live a more joyous, productive, and meaningful life. If Wise Guy succeeds at this, then that’s the best story of all.
In my opinion, this book will make you smile – a mindset which perhaps might inspire you to say “yes” and “no” to life’s opportunities in the same manner Guy Kawasaki shares his “life journey”.