Some things need to be believed to be seen

Guy Kawasaki was an early employee at Apple and is perhaps best known as their chief evangelist responsible for marketing the Macintosh. In the CNET interview below, Kawasaki is asked what the most important lesson he learned from Steve Jobs. His answer: that some things need to be believed to be seen.

If that applies to Occupy Wall Street, then it means that we can’t find out what this might grow into if we focus too acutely on how it began or what it already is.

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