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Lisa Nirell

Guy spends a great deal of time in the field with boostrappers, successful entrepreneurs, and experts. If this book is any reflection of "How To Change the World," you would be a BOZO not to order copies for your whole team!

I was fortunate to be on Guy's book review team for "The Art of the Start." What a treat and a reality check on starting a business!

I will order my pre-release copy this week.

Lisa Nirell
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Michael

As I am just starting a company in Germany and already read Guy's last book I will buy it as soon as possible. All the advices he give help some much in reality. Although in Germany you could not do it 1:1 as in the US, the entrepreneurship scene is not as good supported as in the US but nevertheless there are some VC guys you could talk to sooner or later

Kate Brodock

Can't wait to check out the new book!

If you want another place to check out Guy at, he writes in Entrepreneur magazine, and just as Bob said, always informative and always witty and entertaining.

Cheers,
Kate

Nancy Brown What a Trip

I met Guy at a BlogHer party he recently hosted. Let me say, this guy is one sharp dude and a fantastic networker.

My travel blog has quite a following thanks to his Alltop site,http://travel.alltop.com/.

I follow him on Twitter, as his tweets are always full of useful information.

Thanks for the book review. Sounds like I should pick up a copy.
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Scott Roewer (declutteryou.com)

Thanks for the clear and concise review. I've got to get my hands on that book!

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