Guy Kawasaki's new venture speech thoroughly lays out the top ten mistakes that entrepreneurs make. The in-depth talk goes right from the beginning to the exit of an entrepreneurial project.
The former chief evangelist of Apple delivers this humorous and passionate keynote to UC Berkeley. He is very blunt with his points and delivers some very helpful tips.
He starts the new venture speech by stating that sales are the most important. He says once the sales begin to come in, everything else will sort itself out. He then offers the rest of his tips that feature anecdotes, real-world experience and a little bit of animated cursing. The keynote is definitely worth watching and learning if one is someone who wishes to successfully start an entrepreneurship company.