As recently as 2016 few people had heard of Andrew Yang. He had achieved success as a tech entrepreneur, but he wasn’t in the billionaire club like Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and Bill Gates.
But then he decided to run for the president of the United States. Everyone needs goals right? And even back then, he had just as good credentials as other candidates—and even some presidents.
IMHO, he is the “Macintosh of presidential candidates.” Everyone knows he may be the best, but he still only has 6 percent market share.
I loved his laugh so much that we made a Yangtone out of it. Download it here: YangTone iOS and YangTone for Android. Need help? Here’s a how-to guide. (If you have a better way to install it on iPhones, please let us know.)
I’m Guy Kawasaki, and this is Remarkable People. And now, coming to you from a bus somewhere in Iowa, is Andrew Yang, crazy smart Asian and the Macintosh of presidential candidates.
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Download it HERE YangTone iOS and YangTone for Android. Need help? Here's a how-to guide.