About Today’s Guest, Guy Kawasaki:
If you have a computer of any kind, it is nearly impossible that you haven’t come across the best-selling author, former chief evangelist at Apple, rec-league-playing, co-founder of Alltop, Guy Kawasaki. Lucky for us, Guy was willing to take a short break from his hockey season to join me on the show today to talk about a wide variety of topics, ranging from writing to George Clooney to his new book, Enchantment (which is fantastic by the way – make sure to pick it up).
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