Truths 1, 2, 3

Truths 4, 5, 6

Truths 7, 8, 9

Jump to the next curve

Don't worry, be crappy

Churn, baby, churn

Don't be afraid to polarize people

Break down the barriers

“Let a hundred flowers blossom”

Think digital, act analog

Never ask people to do what you wouldn't do

Don't let the bozos grind you down





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Think digital, act analog
Thinking digital means that companies should use all the digital tools at its disposal – computers, web sites, instruments, whatever – to create great products. But companies should act analog – that is, they must remember that the purpose of innovation is not cool products and cool technologies but happy people. Happy people is a decidedly analog goal.  >>>

Never ask people to do what you wouldn't do
This is a great test for any company. Suppose a company invents the world's greatest mousetrap. It murders mice better than anything in the history of mankind – in fact, it's nuclear powered. The problem is that the customer needs a PhD to set it, it costs $500,000, and has to drop off the dead, radioactive mouse 500 miles away in the middle of the desert. No one at the company would jump through those hoops – it shouldn't expect customers to either.  >>>

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Don't let the bozos grind you down
The bozos will tell a company that what it's doing can't be done, shouldn't be done, and isn't necessary. Some bozos are clearly losers – they're the ones who are easy to ignore. The dangerous ones are rich, famous, and powerful – because they are so successful, innovators may think they are right. They're not right; they're just successful on the previous curve so they cannot comprehend, much less embrace, the next curve.






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Guy Kawasaki is a managing director of Garage Technology Ventures, the former chief evangelist of Apple, the author of many books, and Co-founder at Truemors. Truemors is a web site that enables people to "tell the world." It is an eclectic collection of news, trivia, and rumors that is submitted by and rated by people. The big picture is that it represents another chapter in the "democratization of information."

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