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Productive Ideas Using 3x5 Cards (pronounced: taskbar)

Guy Kawasaki's Ideas

Guy Kawasaki’s blog contains business jewels. He gave me permission to republish these as 3x5 cards. I like to keep them as reminders for a particular task (like sending an email).

The Effective Emailer
The Art of Schmoozing
The Art of Innovation
The Venture Capitalist Wishlist
10/20/30 Guy’s rules for presentations

I give these cards to my co-workers and associates. They are like mini-MBA’s.


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