1:10 - Getting started
2:00 - Entrepreneurship is very simple
3:33 - The product to look for as a Venture Capitalist, and its market
6:07 - What you need as an Entrepreneur
Guy Kawasaki, master of business, marketing and branding, speaks with Alan Quarry on AQ's Blog & Grill on the venture capital game and why the investors/startup relationship is like meeting the right woman, how startups and entrepreneurs can get marketing for free. Guy also talks about how innovation comes from the top and how the idea of Chief Cultural Officers is stupid, about the biggest lessons he learned from Steve Jobs during his time at Apple, about why he quit law school at UC Davis after just one week and when he was first introduced to the Apple Macintosh, the importance of balance in business and entrepreneurship. He speaks about the most important attributes an entrepreneur should look for in a co-founder of their startup business and addictive nature of Venture Capital and why VC's are becoming obsolete.