Trusted Leadership: How Brands Can Build and Lose Trust with Jeremy Skule & Guy Kawasaki
In today’s era of uncertainty, trust has never been more important. This presents an opportunity for organizations and leaders to step up on important topics to drive change and foster meaningful connections with customers, employees, and communities. In this episode, host Gautam Mukunda is joined by Jeremy Skule, Chief Strategy Officer at Nasdaq and Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist at Canva and former Chief Evangelist at Apple to discuss how to build brand trust through authenticity, transparency, and integrity. “Building up trust takes decades, years, at least. Losing trust can happen in a matter of seconds.” — Jeremy Skule Follow @GMukunda on Twitter or email us at WorldReimagined@nasdaq.com Literature Referenced: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, by Robert D. Putnam For more information on this episode’s guests please visit: Nasdaq.com/world-reimagined-podcast Learn more about TDAmeritrade: https://www.tdameritrade.com/ https://www.tdameritrade.com/tools-and-platforms/trader-offering.html
Guy Kawasaki has certainly had a remarkable career. From gaining popularity as the Chief Evangelist at Apple for the Macintosh computer in the 1980’s, to authoring fifteen books, to hosting the Remarkable People podcast, Guy has made a habit of trying new things During our conversation with Guy, we talk about why it’s important to be able to make a sale, no matter what your role is. We discuss the start of his career at Apple, and how he got developers to write software for a relatively unknown platform. And we ask his advice for people just getting started in their own careers, whether that’s in tech, writing, or entrepreneurship.
In this episode you hear from Charles Long and Bob Williams, Co-Founders of Swift App School as they interview the man, the myth, the legend, Guy Kawasaki! Timestamps: 00:24 About Guy Kawasaki, Early Macintosh Days, Steve Jobs 13:38 Advice For Young Aspiring Entrepreneurs 19:35 What Apple Is Doing Right and Wrong 28:08 About The Remarkable People Podcast 33:38 Bootstrapping Vs Raising Capital? 38:32 Diversity Discussion And More We hope you enjoy our episode! Guy Kawasaki Remarkable People: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/guy-kawasakis-remarkable-people/id1483081827 https://guykawasaki.com Mix08 Conference (Guy Kawasaki Interviewing Steve Ballmer) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-F139UX94A Stanford Talks: Guy Kawasaki: Make Meaning in Your Company Make a great pitch Ideas - what make them successful Descript - All-in-one audio & video editing, as easy as a doc. https://www.descript.com Music provided by "https://ncs.io/aperture"
How do you say no to a job offer from Steve Jobs? Guy Kawasaki is one of the most respected minds in Silicon Valley, an evangelist for Canva, a prolific author (of 15 books), speaker and a newly minted podcaster. This episode is a masterclass for entrepreneurs and ambition. Guy Kawasaki was one of Apple's first brand evangelists, and over his career, he worked there twice and turned Steve Jobs down a third time. That career move and turning down the role of CEO of Yahoo probably cost him about $3 billion. Guy Kawasaki has no regrets; he is one of the most positive people I have ever met, and his focus is to make the world a better place. Guy Kawasaki shares some incredible stories of what it was like to work for Steve Jobs, including a heated exchange between the two that stopped a meeting – and Kawasaki's career – in its tracks. A firm believer that business should have a higher purpose beyond profit, Kawasaki shares his top lessons in business, including the difference between enchantment and persuasion. Kawasaki's advice to start-ups is to create something that matters. And for those entrepreneurs seeking to become the next unicorn, he offers this two-step process. Step one: Dent the universe. Step two: Become a unicorn-not vice-versa. And for a bonus feature, Shadi McIsaac, the passionate and brilliant co-founder of OWNR, joins the show. OWNR is an all-in-one platform from RBC Ventures to start, manage, and grow your business. Sixty-five thousand companies have already used their services. If you contemplate starting a business or are overwhelmed by admin and bureaucracy, you should check them out. To reach Tony Chapman. Web: https://chatterthatmatters.ca Twitter – @TonyChapman – https://twitter.com/tonychapman Linkedin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonychapmanreactions/ Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/chatterthatmatters/ Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcGvzmw9MFkUcGylrFA2xC Ownr - https://www.ownr.co Shadi McIsaac Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shadikargosha/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/SKargosha
The Art of Being Remarkable in Your Business with Guy Kawasaki
Let's Talk Business
What exactly is a Chief Evangelist? In business, we’ve embraced the idea that customers can be evangelists, but it's important to remember that employees and business builders can be evangelists too. Our guest, Guy Kawasaki, is the Chief Evangelist at Canva, a title that he explains can only work if the product can change the world—or at least a significant part of it. He’s the host of the Remarkable People Podcast, an executive fellow of the Haas School of Business (UC Berkeley), author of 15 popular books, and an adjunct professor of the University of New South Wales. As a former revolutionary at Apple, Guy popularized the concept of evangelizing in the technology business, and his ideas behind this concept have spread like wildfire. In our interview, he tells us how to evangelize products and services by providing valuable content to the target audience. The key is to define “valuable” as something that can make their life better, as opposed to increasing your sales and profits. He discusses his journey of how he went from schlepping jewelry, to working closely with Steve Jobs at Apple, to ultimately impacting millions on a daily basis through the art of evangelism. You won’t want to miss this inspiring and thought-provoking episode. Listen and enjoy! [00:01 - 07:28] Opening Segment Guy Kawasaki’s life before Apple His experience working in the jewelry business Let’s get to know Guy’s background Starting to be the chief evangelist of Canva Being the host of Remarkable People Podcast How Guy made the transition from jewelry schlepping to Apple [07:29 - 15:46] There’s always an innovation based on the needs of the customer What sets apart great salespeople from people that don’t sell Find something great to sell Understand where the buyers come from Be willing to take rejection Guy’s experience joining Apple Company Apple's not the company used to be and it’s more than a trillion dollars Guy shares his insights about what being an entrepreneur means A person who creates a product/service that people don't even know they need [15:47 - 28:29] Making People Remarkable Skills leaders need to make a company an empire The lessons of Macintosh and Steve Jobs How Guy bridges the gap between delegation and letting people be autonomous Both skills are necessary but you should know when to do which one What Guy does as the chief evangelist of Canva It’s about empowerment and democratization of design [28:29 - 30:40] Closing Segment Learn more about Guy with the Rapid Fire Questions! Connect with Guy Follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter. Head to Guy Kawasaki and see how you could become more remarkable! We’re a passionate bunch. Together, we help your business flourish. Visit: https://ptexgroup.com Let’s Talk Exits! Check out my new podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lets-talk-exits/id1606747718 Connect with Ptex Group: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants to achieve in business. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Resources mentioned: Book: If You Want To Write - Brenda Ueland Key Quotes “It's better to be lucky than smart.” - Guy Kawasaki “[Canva] is the democratization of design, so that people can become better communicators.” - Guy Kawasaki “ I'm on a mission to make people remarkable by listening to the stories of other remarkable people.” - Guy Kawasaki
♻️ How To Be A Successful Evangelist (Featuring Guy Kawasaki)
Hustle And Flowchart - Web3 and The Creator Economy
We're bringing back another favorite from the archives today while Joe's on vacation in Maui. In this one, we're talking to Guy Kawasaki about podcasting, Clubhouse, working at Apple, how to build a career as an evangelist, and why Guy is just always so smiley. This is just a really fun conversation that takes us into the way Guy's brain works and changed some of our thinking on how to properly promote other products. We'd love to hear your thoughts about this one over in the community Discord. Join us for free at www.HustleAndFlowchart.com/discord! Some Topics We Discussed Include: Guy’s secret to starting a podcast episode off right Will Clubhouse succeed or be the next social media flop? Trixie, Biff & Joe Blow making money from Clubhouse? How to become a brand evangelist The key to life - do you have these qualities? Would you buy a car from Apple? A great use case for the Remarkable tablet References and Links Mentioned: Subscribe To The Hard Fork Gaming Channel Join the Discord Community Matt on Twitter | Joe on Twitter Hard Fork Gaming on Twitter Resources From Guy Kawasaki: Remarkable People Podcast The Art of the Start 2.0 Spaces on Twitter Descript Guy interviews Tim Ferriss on his podcast Remarkable Tablet Subscribe & Review To The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast! If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!
Reload: Finding Your Place in Social Media with Guy Kawasaki
What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am bringing back another classic episode of the What’s Next! Podcast with Guy Kawasaki. This was a special episode because I was able to capture a frank conversation with my friend and fellow Hawaiian. He’s the Chief Evangelist at Canva, a brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz, and an Executive Fellow at the Haas School of Business. He is also the author of The Art of the Start, The Art of Social Media, Enchantment, and nine other books. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone who wants to up their social media game. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE… Even for an expert, there is still room to learn. Guy is dedicated to making a difference via social media every day by pushing the envelope and learning as he goes. In the world of social media, we both believe that you have to be thoughtful with your posts. The days of simply showing up are over. You can’t just tweet once and call it a day. Video has to be better. Graphics have to be better. Guy, however, takes a more aggressive approach. He’s comfortable posting about politics and difficult conversations that seemingly don’t relate to his brand. He’s less risk-averse and is willing to take chances on social media. I, on the other hand, will craft a Tweet and not hit send. I won’t Tweet something if the content doesn’t represent my “brand,” if the intention isn’t correct, or if it doesn’t add value. I am more cautious. There’s no right or wrong way to approach social, just choices. Guy believes social media is similar to life: error correction and experimentation. WHAT I LOVE MOST… Guy focuses on making a difference. He doesn’t look back – he pushes forward to keep learning, experimenting and growing. This forward-thinking is something we can all learn from. Running time: 35:40 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Guy on social: Website Twitter Facebook
Guy Kawasaki (Canva) | The Democratization of Everything
The CMO Podcast
Juliette Kopecky — Life of a CMO, Marketing in "Boring" Industries, & Interning with Guy Kawasaki
Everything Is Marketing
On the show today is Juliette Kopecky. Juliette is the CMO at LinkSquares and previously the VP of Marketing at Talla.I wanted to bring her on because LinkSquares is growing rapidly in the legal tech space and making a name for itself. They've been investing heavily into video content and taking a drastically different approach than their competitors and incumbents.You'll hear about Juliette's career path and rise to CMO, how they pivoted and adjusted their marketing through the pandemic, and how to have fun with marketing in a boring industry.More on Juliette: @julietteko on Twitter https://linksquares.com/careers/ Sponsored by Riverside — It’s what I use to record both my podcasts, Everything Is Marketing and Default Alive, but I was using Riverside long before they became a sponsor. I used to use Zoom until someone interviewed me using Riverside and I knew I had to switch. I love it because they take local recordings on each side, which gives you a reliable connection and the highest quality audio and video tracks. Separate HD recordings, an iOS app, automatic transcription… It’s made specifically for podcasters. Folks like Guy Raz from How I Built This, Courtland Allen from Indie Hackers, and even Hillary Clinton uses it if you can believe it. Check them out and all the other features they have at riverside.fm🙌 Thank Juliette for coming on the show with a quick tweetIf you've got a question or takeaway you want to share from this episode, you can do so in the Swipe Files community. You can chat with guests of the podcast as well as a bunch of other top-notch marketers. Join a community that will help you do your best work and be prolific. Check it out at swipefiles.com/membershipI write an occasional newsletter about cutting-edge, comprehensive, and sometimes even crazy marketing ideas. Subscribe to become a better marketer, one idea at a time at swipefiles.com You can also get my free newsletter Marketing Weekly. It's a curated digest of the best marketing content in your inbox every Sunday morning.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast player of choice? It takes less than a minute and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!Looking for marketing jobs? Check out Hey Marketers, a free job board I created just for marketing jobs.★ Support this podcast ★