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Feb 24, 2019

Guy Kawasaki did not invent secular evangelism, but he popularized it. This goes back to 1983 and his work with the Macintosh Division of Apple. He is currently the chief evangelist of Canva.

Guy is the author of fifteen books that have been both New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.

Guy gives over fifty keynote speeches per year. His clients include Apple, Nike, Gartner, Google, Microsoft, and Breitling as well as dozens of trade associations. Guy’s latest book “Wise Guy,” focuses on unlikely stories from his life and lessons we can learn.

Find out more about Guy at: www.guykawasaki.com

Check out Guy's new book: Wise Guy

 

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