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Must Read Books to Fuel Your Summer -- And Your Startup
Even if you can't get away this summer, consider these top tomes to help make the most of your downtime.
Guy Kawasaki: No 'Secret Sauce' for Tech Success
The entrepreneur and investor on what's needed to be successful in the evolving world of tech.
How Gary Vaynerchuck, Chris Brogan and Others Think Social Media Will Change in 2012
From the rise of Google+ to the oversaturation of social media, here's what five social media mavens have to say about what's on the horizon in 2012.
10 Intriguing Business Books for Entrepreneurs to Read on Vacation
Here are the 10 business books that intrigued me most this year. If you're looking for a little inspiration to kick-start 2012, make one of these a year-end read.
Swiss Group Wants to Banish PowerPoint
But if you can't get around using the widely-used presentation software, here are tips for making the best of it.
Guy Kawasaki: How to Enchant Your Employees
The celebrated business author says business owners could take a page from Mike Rowe of TV's 'Dirty Jobs.'
Guy Kawasaki on Gaining Customer Trust
The venture capitalist and business author shares tips on customer service.
Guy Kawasaki: To Win at Social Media, 'Plant Many Seeds'
The marketing guru says successful marketing today is about wowing 'LonelyBoy15,' not media giants.
Why Guy Kawasaki Is Enchanted With the Ford Mustang
The celebrated book author talks about muscle cars and perfect products.
Guy Kawasaki on Writing an Effective Mission Statement
The business thought leader says think 'mantra, not mission statement' and make them short, sweet and 'swallowable.'
Guy Kawasaki on Why He's a Justin Bieber Fan
The business guru talks about the power of marketing to influencers and how he'll do anything for his young daughter.
Enchant and Engage More Customers With Social Media
Marketing strategist Guy Kawasaki offers social media tips for small-business owners.
Profanity, Obama and Guy Kawasaki
For most people, cursing in public is a no-no. But for entrepreneurs, doing so sparingly can breed positive feelings and trust.
Insights: What Makes a Great Handshake
Business guru Guy Kawasaki talks about the basis of a winning handshake in business.
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