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Steve Jobs’s Top 10 Rules For Success


He is considered the father of the digital revolution, a master of innovation and a design perfectionist He had a network of over eight billion dollars in 2010 He is one of my personal favorite entrepreturs of all time He is Steve Jobs from Apple and here is his top ten rules for success The thing I would say is when you grow up, you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and your your life is just to live your life inside the world, try not to bash into the walls too much Ah, try to have a nice family life have fun, save a little money but life that’s a very limited life life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact and that is everything around you that you call life was made up by people there were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it you can, you can build your own things that other people can use and the minute that you understand that you can poke life in actually something you know you push in, something you pop out the other side you can, you can change it you can mold it Ahm, that’s maybe the most important thing is to shake off this this … notion that life is there and you’re just gonna live in it versus, embrace it, change it, improve it make your mark upon it Uh, I think that is very important and however you learn that once you learn it you’ll wanna change life and make it better cause it’s kinda messed up in a lot of ways once you learn that, you’ll never be the same again People say you have to have a lot of passion for what you’re doing And it’s totally true and the reason is is because it’s so hard that if you don’t,
any rational person would give up it’s really hard and you have to do it over a sustained period of time so if you don’t love it, you don’t have fun doing it you don’t really love it you’re gonna give up and that’s what happens to most people actually
if you really look at at the ones that ended up you know being successful “on quote the eyes of society” than the ones that didn’t often times, it’s the ones that were sucessful love what they did so they could persevere you know, it got really tough and… and the ones that didn’t love it, quit cause they’re ??????? right, who would wanna put up with this stuff if you dont love it so, it’s a lot of hard work and … and it’s a lot of worrying constantly and … if you don’t love it, you’re gonna fail so you gotta love it, you gotta have passion we had absolutely no idea what people gonna do …. because we can’t afford to buy it a
computer to the market so we liberated some parts for new Packard and tari
quickly i’m not report down design for about six months and decided that I would build on computer so we built
and i was up till four in the morning for many moons and we’ve got it working
we showed some reference immediately everybody want and it turned out to talk
about 40 hours to build one of these things in about another 20 30 40 bucket
and we have a lot of friends at work that similar companies who could
liberate the parts also have seven Mary screaming of arts in line helping our friends to build computers
and it’s just going to be a tremendous strain on our on our lives so we got the
idea one day that that we could make a printed circuit board without the parts
and selling black printed circuit boards to our friends and probably cut the
assembly and debug time down that you know five ten out so wat soldiers hpc calculator and i
sold my van we got 1,300 bucks together and they are a friend of ours who is
this a pc board layout person 1,300 bucks to do is lay out the side we sell
printed circuit board that twice what it cost to build them and hopefully recoup
our calculator and transportation some later date so that’s what we did and I was out
trying to peddle PC boards one day and walked into a bike shop the first by
chopping out of you and Paul Terrell then owner of the bike shop said you
would like to take 50 of these computers and I saw dollar signs in front of my
eyes and what he had one catch was that he
wanted them fully assembled and tested ready to go which is a new twist so we spent the
next five days on the phone with distributors and convince the
electronics parts distributors around here to give us about ten thousand
dollars with the parts are thinner this time Susie as so we got the parts and we
built a hundred computers and we sold 50 of them for cash and 29 days paid off
with distributors and that’s how we got started so we have 50 computers leftover
while that man we had to sell so then we started worrying about marketing wearing
red distribution got on the phone with the other computer stores around the
country and gradually the whole thing began to build momentum and at that
point in time we had some feeling that we were onto something but the feeling was is so different than
the experience of actually seeing it happen right now it’s entirely different
and sometimes a lot of a lot of people ask what did you know it was going too
much go into this phenomenon and you can say yeah you know we planned it out we
have led on a piece of paper but the experience is seeing 500 people working
at apple computers are different in the experience of seeing a five-year-old kid
who really understands what he’s the tool that he’s got in front when you
first got the job at the yo you got a call from Steve Jobs and he offered you
some advice well he didn’t call to offer me advice
but we have worked together on a Nike Apple collaboration called nike+ we took
what Apple knows what nike nose and you know brought a new technology to the
market anyway long story short uh he said hey congratulations that’s great
you’re going to do a great job I said well do you have any advice and
he said no no you know your grade and then there’s a pause and goes well I do
have some advice it was 90 makes some of the best product
in the world I mean product that you lust after
absolutely beautiful stunning product but you also make a lot of crap he said just get rid of the crappy stuff
and focus on the good stuff and then I expected a little pause and a laugh but
there was there was a pause but no laughs at the animal and he was
absolutely right greatest people are self-managing they
don’t need to be managed you think they know what if once they know what to do they’ll go figure out how to do it they
don’t need to be managed at all what they need is a common vision and that’s
what leadership is what leadership is having a vision being able to articulate
that so the people around you can understand it and getting a consensus on
a common vision we wanted people that were insanely great at what they did but
work were not necessarily those seasoned professionals but who had on at the tips
of their fingers and in their passion the latest understanding of where
technology was and what we could do with that technology and he wanted to bring
that it’s a lot of people so the neatest thing that happens is when you get a
core group of you know ten great people that it becomes self policing as to who
they let in to that group so I consider the most important job of someone like
myself is recruiting agonized over hiring we have the interviews I go back
and look at some of the interviews again they would start at nine or ten in the
morning and go through dinner I knew interviewing would talk to
everybody in the building at least once maybe a couple times and then come back
for another round of interviews and then they’ll get together and talk about it
and then before the last edited by now it’s critical hardly ever here at least
to my mind was when we finally decided we like them enough to show them the
Macintosh prototype and then set them down in front of it and if they just
kind of our borders and this is a nice computer we don’t want we I wanted their eyes to light up and then
to get really excited and then we knew they were one of us and everybody just
wanted to work not because it was work that had to be done but it was because
something that we really believed in that was just going to really make a
difference and that’s what kept the whole thing going we all want to do
exactly the same thing instead of spending our time arguing
about what the computer should be we all knew what the computer should be
and just when did we went through that stage and Apple where we went out and we
got off we’re going to be a big company let’s hire professional management we went out and hired a bunch of
professional management it didn’t work at all most of them are bozos they they knew
how to manage but they don’t know how to do anything and so what if you’re a great person why
do you want to work for something you can’t learn anything from and you know
what’s interesting you know what the best managers are there are the great
individual contributors who never ever want to be a manager but the side they
have to be a manager because all every no one else is going to be able to do as
good a job as them after hiring two professional managers from outside the
company and firing them both jobs gambled on Debbie : a member of the
Macintosh team 32 years old and english literature major with an MBA from
Stanford did he was a financial manager with no
experience in manufacturing I mean there’s no way in the world
anybody else would give me this chance to run this kind of operation and I
don’t kid myself about that is an incredible high risk for myself
personally and professionally and for Apple as the company and put a person
like myself in this job I mean they’re really getting on a lot
of things we’re betting that my feel that organizational effectiveness you know override all those in a lack of
Technology lack of experience lack of you know time in manufacturing so it’s a big risk and i’m just an
example in every single person on the Mac team almost in your you know entry
level person you could say that about this is a place where people were
afforded incredibly unique opportunities to prove that they could do a good down they could write the book again
inscribed inside the casing of every Macintosh unseen by the consumer are the
signatures of the whole team this is apple’s way of affirming that
their latest innovation is a product of the individuals who created it not the corporation it’s very
interesting I was worth about over a million dollars
when I was 23 and over 10 million dollars when I was 24 and over a hundred
million dollars for those 25 and it’s it wasn’t that important because I never
did it for the money I I think money is wonderful thing
because it enables you to do things enables you to in investing ideas that
don’t have a short-term payback and things like that but especially at that
point in my life it was it was not the most important thing the most important
thing was the company the people the products we were making
what we were going to enable people to do with these products so I didn’t think
about it a great deal and I never sold any stock just really believe that the
company would do very well over the long term our goal is to make the best personal
computers in the world and make products we are proud to sell and would recommend
to our family and friends and we want to do that at the lowest price as we can
but i have to tell you there’s some stuff in our industry that we wouldn’t
be proud to ship that we wouldn’t be proud to recommend to our family and
friends and we can’t do it we just can’t ship junk so there’s
there’s a thorough thresholds that we can’t cross because of who we are but we
want to make the best personal computers in the industry slice of the industry
that wants that too and what you’ll find is our products are
usually not premium-priced you go what you go and price out our competitors
products and you add the features that you have to add to make them useful and
you’ll find in some cases they are more expensive than our price x the difference is we don’t offer
stripped-down lousy products you know we just don’t offer categories of products
like that but if you move those aside and compare us with our competitors I think we compare pretty favorably and
a lot of people who have been doing that and saying that now for the last 18
months yes mr. jobs you’re a bright an important man your tongue add and clear that I’m several counts
you discussed you don’t know what you’re talking about I would like for example for you to
express in clear terms how is a java any of its incarnations
address that the idea is embodied and open . and when you’re finished with
that perhaps you could tell us which you personally have been doing for the last
seven years yeah you know you can please some of the
people some of the time but one of the hardest things when you’re
trying to effect change is that people like this gentleman are right in some
areas I’m sure that there are some things open
doctors probably even more than i am not familiar with that nothing else out
there does and I’m sure that you can make some demos maybe a small commercial app that
demonstrates those things the hardest thing is what how does that fit in to a cohesive
larger vision that’s going to allow you to sell eight billion dollars 10 billion
dollars of products a year and one of the things I’ve always found is that
you’ve gotta start with the customer experience and work backwards to the
technology you can’t start with the technology and
try to figure out where you’re going to try to sell it and I’ve made this
mistake probably more than anybody else in this room and I got the scar tissue
approve it and I know that it’s the case and as we have tried to come up with a
strategy and a vision for apple it started with what incredible benefits
can we give to the customer where can we take the customer not not starting with
let’s sit down with the engineers and and figure out what awesome technology
we have and then how we going to market that and I think that’s the right path
to take I remember with the laser writer we built the world’s first small laser
printers you know and there was awesome technology in that box we have the first
canon laser printing cheap laser printing engine the world in the United States here at
apple we had a very wonderful printer controller that we designed we have
Adobe’s postscript software and there we have apple talking they’re just awesome
technology in the box and I remember seeing the first print out come out of
it and just picking it up and looking at thing you know we can sell this because
you don’t have to know anything about what’s in that box all we have to do is
hold of something you want this and if you remember back to nineteen
eighty-four before laser printers was pretty startling to see that people want Wow yes and that’s that’s where Apple’s
got to get back to and you know I’m sorry that open dr.
casualty along the way and I readily admit there are many things in life that
I want defense that is what I’m talking about so I apologize for that too but there’s
a whole lot of people working super super hard right now at apple you know ah be John Green Oh Fred I mean
the whole team is working burning the midnight oil trying to an
end and people you know hundreds of people below them to execute on some of
these things and they’re they’re doing the best and i think that what we need
to do and some mistakes will be made by the way some mistakes will be made along
the way that’s to it because at least some
decisions are being made along the way and we’ll find a mistake affects them
and I think what we need to do is support that team going through this
very important stage as they work their butts off they’re all getting calls
being offered three times as much money to go do this without the valleys hot
none of them are leaving and I think we need to support them and see them
through this and write some damn good applications to support apple on the
market that’s my own point of view mistakes we made some people will be
pissed off some people will not know what they’re
talking about but it’s I think it is so much better than where things were not
very long ago and I think we’re gonna get there I mean marketing about values this is a very complicated world is a
very noisy world and we’re not going to get a chance to get people to remember
much about us no company is and so we have to be
really clear on what we wanted to know about us now Apple fortunately is one of the half
a dozen best brands in the whole world right up there with nitin disney coke sony it is one of the Great’s of the
great not just in this country but all around the globe and but but but even a
great brand needs investment and caring if it’s going to retain its relevance
and vitality and the apple brand has clearly suffered from neglect in this
area in the last few years and we need to bring it back the way to do that is not to talk about
speeds and feeds it’s not to talk about myths and
negatives it’s not to talk about why the better than windows the dairy industry
tried for 20 years to convince you that milk is good for you to lie but they
tried anyway the sales are going like this and then
they tried got milk and the sales are going like this got nothing to talk about the part that
focuses on the absence of the product but but but the best example of all and
and one of the greatest jobs of of marketing and the if the universe has
ever seen as nike remember 90 sell the commodity this is shoes and yet when you think of
90 you feel something different than the shoe company and their ads you know they
don’t ever talk about the product it will never tell you about the air soils
and by the better the reeboks their souls was not you doing advertising they
they honor great athletes and they on a great athletics that’s who they are that’s what they are
about Apple spent a fortune on advertising you’d never know it you never know so when I got here apple just fired the agency doing the
competition with 23 agencies that you know for mr. Naylor pick one and we blew
that up and we need higher child day the ad agency that i was fortunate to
work with years ago we created some award-winning work including the
commercial both of the best out of a maid 1984 by advertising professionals
and we started working about eight weeks ago and what was the question we asked
was our customers want to know who example and what is it that we stand for where
do we fit in this world and what more about isn’t making boxes for
people to get the job done although we do that well we do that
better than almost anybody in some cases but apples about some more than apple at
the cool its core value is that we believe that
people with passion can change the world of the day that’s what we believe and we
have the opportunity to work with people like that we have an opportunity to work
with people like new with software developers with customers who have done
it in some big and some small ways and we believe that in this world people can change it for the better and
that those people are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the
ones that actually do and so what we’re going to do in our
first brand marketing campaign in several years is to is to get back to
that core value a lot of things have changed that would market two totally
different place than it was a decade ago and apples totally different apples
place in it is totally different and believe me the products and the
distribution strategy and manufacturing totally different we understand that but
values and core values those things should change the things that Apple
believed in at its core are the same thing that Apple really stands for them and so we wanted to find a way to
communicate this and what we have is something that I am I’m very moved by it
honors those people who have changed the world some of them are living some of them are
not at the ones that aren’t as you’ll see you know if they ever use the
computer it would have been in the campaign is think different it’s the people honoring the people who
think difference and who move this work forward and its it is what we are about
it touches the soil of this company so I’m going to have a wallet and i hope
that you feel the same way about it here’s to the crazy ones mr. its rebels round pegs in the square holes ones who see things you’re not from who respect stands you can quote them disagree with you we were fine and vilified the only thing you can change for and while some may see them as the crazy because the people who are crazy enough
to think they can change the world want to do thank you I’m honored to be with you today for
your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world truth be told I never graduated from
college and this is the closest I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation
today I want to tell you three stories from my life that’s it no big deal just three stories the first story is about connecting the
dots I dropped out a reed college after the
first six months but then stayed around as a drop in for another 18 months or so
before I really quit so why did I drop out it started before
I was born my biological mother was a young unwed graduate student and she
decided to put me up for adoption she felt very strongly that I should be
adopted by college graduates so everything was all set for me to be
adopted at Birth by a lawyer and his wife except that when I popped out they decided at the last minute that
they really wanted a girl so my parents who were on a waiting list got a call in the middle of the night
asking we’ve got an unexpected baby boy if you want him they said of course my
biological mother found out later that my mother had never graduated from
college and my father had never graduated from high school she refused
to sign the final adoption papers she only relented a few months later
when my parents promised that I would go to college this was the start in my life and 17 years later I did go to college
but I naively chose a college that was almost as expensive as Stanford and all
of my working-class parents savings were being spent on my college tuition after six months I couldn’t see the
value in it I had no idea what I wanted to do with
my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out and here i was spending all the money my
parents had saved their entire life so I decided to drop out and trust that it
would all work out okay it was pretty scary at the time but
looking back it was one of the best decisions I ever made the minute i dropped out I could stop taking the required classes
that didn’t interest me and begin dropping in on the ones that looked far
more interesting it wasn’t all romantic I didn’t have a
dorm room so I slept on the floor and friends rooms I return coke bottles for the five-cent
deposits to buy food with and I would walk the seven miles across town every
Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hari Krishna temple I loved it and much of what i stumbled
into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless
later on let me give you one example reed college at that time offered
perhaps the best calligraphy instruction in the country throughout the campus
every poster every label on every drawer was beautifully hand Calla graft because
i had dropped out and didn’t have to take the normal classes I decided to take a calligraphy class to
learn how to do this I learned about serif and sans serif
typefaces about varying the amount of space between different letter
combinations about what makes great typography great it was beautiful historical artistically
subtle in a way that science can’t capture and I found it fascinating none of this had even a hope of any
practical application in my life but 10 years later when we were designing the
first macintosh computer it all came back to me and we designed it all into the mac it
was the first computer with beautiful typography if I had never dropped in on that single
course in college the mac would have never had multiple
typefaces are proportionally spaced fonts and since windows just copy the
mac it’s likely that no personal computer
would have them if I had never dropped out I would have never dropped in on that
calligraphy class and personal computers might not have the wonderful typography
that they do of course it was impossible to connect
the dots looking forward when I was in college but it was very very clear
looking backwards ten years later again you can’t connect
the dots looking forward you can only connect them looking backwards so you
have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future you have to trust in something your gut
destiny life karma whatever because believing that the dots will connect
down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart even
when it leads you off the well-worn path and that will make all the difference my second story is about love and loss I was lucky I found what I love to do
early in life was and i started apple in my parent’s garage when I was 20 we worked hard and in 10 years applet
grown from just the two of us in the garage into a two billion dollar company
with over 4,000 employees we just released our finest creation the
Macintosh a year earlier and I just turned 30 and then I got fired how can you get fired from a company you
started well as Apple grew we hired someone who
I thought was very talented to run the company with me and for the first year
or so things went well but then our visions of the future began to diverge
and eventually we had a falling out when we did our Board of Directors sided with
him and so 30 i was out and very publicly out what had been the focus of
my entire adult life was gone and it was devastating I really didn’t know what to do for a
few months I felt that I let the previous generation of entrepreneurs
down that I dropped the baton as it was being passed to me I met with david packard and Bob noise
and tried to apologize for spring up so badly I was a very public failure and I even
thought about running away from the valley but something slowly began to
dawn on me I still loved what I did the turn of
events that Apple has not changed that one bit I’ve been rejected but i was still in
love and so I decided to start over I didn’t see it then but it turned out
that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened
to me the heaviness of being successful was
replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again less sure about
everything it freed me to enter one of the most
creative periods of my life during the next five years i started a
company named next another company name Pixar and fell in love with an amazing
woman who would become my wife Pixar went on to create the world’s
first computer animated feature film toy story and is now the most successful
animation studio in the world in a remarkable turn of events apple bought next and I return to apple
and the technology we developed it next is at the heart of apples current
Renaissance and Loreen and i have a wonderful family together I’m pretty sure none of this would have
happened if I hadn’t been fired from Apple it was awful tasting medicine but i
guess the patient needed it sometime life sometimes life is going to hit you
in the head with a brick don’t lose faith I’m convinced that the
only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did you’ve got to find what you love and
that is true for work as it is for your lover’s your work is going to fill a
large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you
believe is great work and the only way to do great work is to love what you do if you haven’t found it yet keep looking
and don’t settle as with all matters of the heart you’ll
know when you find it and like any great relationship it just
gets better and better as the years roll on so keep looking don’t settle yeah my third story is about death when i was
17 I read a quote that went something like
if you live each day as if it was your last someday you’ll most certainly be right
it made an impression on me and since then for the past 33 years
I’ve looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself if today were the last
day of my life what I want to do what I am about to do
today and whenever the answer has been no for
too many days in a row i know i need to change something
remembering that all be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever
encountered to help me make the big choices in life because almost
everything all external expectations all pride all fear of embarrassment or
failure these things just fall away in the face
of death leaving only what is truly important
remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of
thinking you have something to lose you are already naked there is no reason
not to follow your heart about a year ago I was diagnosed with
cancer I had a scan at seven thirty in the
morning and it clearly showed a tumor on my pancreas I didn’t even know what a pancreas was
the doctors told me this was almost certainly a type of cancer that is
incurable and that i should expect to live no longer than three to six months my doctor advised me to go home and get
my affairs in order which is doctors code for prepare to die it means to try and tell your kids
everything you thought you’d have the next 10 years to tell them in just a few
months it means to make sure everything is
buttoned up so that will be as easy as possible for your family it means to say your goodbyes I live
with that diagnosis all day later that evening I had a biopsy where they stuck an endoscope down my
throat through my stomach and into my intestines put a needle into my pancreas
and got a few cells from the tumor I was sedated but my wife who was there
told me that when they view the cells under a microscope the doctor started
crying because it turned out to be a very rare form of pancreatic cancer that
is curable with surgery I had the surgery and thankfully I’m fine now this was the closest I’ve been to facing
death and I hope it’s the closest I get for a few more decades having lived through it I can now say
this to you with a bit more certainty than when death was a useful but purely
intellectual concept no one wants to die even people who want to go to heaven
don’t want to die to get there and yet death is the destination we all
share no one has ever escaped it and that is
as it should be because death is very likely the single best invention of life
its lights change agent it clears out the old to make way for the new right
now the new is you but some day not too long
from now you will gradually become the old and be cleared away sorry to be so dramatic but it’s quite
true your time is limited so don’t waste it
living someone else’s life don’t be trapped by Dogma which is
living with the results of other people’s thinking don’t let the noise of others opinions
drown out your own inner voice and most important have the courage to follow
your heart and intuition they somehow already know what you truly want to
become everything else is secondary yeah when I was young there was an amazing
publication called the whole earth catalog which was one of the Bible’s of
my generation it was created by a fellow named Stewart
Brand not far from here in menlo park and he brought it to life with his
poetic touch this was in the late sixties before personal computers and
desktop publishing so it was all made with typewriters
scissors and polaroid cameras it was sort of like Google and paperback
form 35 years before Google came along it was idealistic overflowing with me
tools and great notions Stuart and his team put out several
issues of the whole earth catalog and then when it run its course they put out
a final issue it was the mid-nineteen seventies and I
was your age on the back cover of their final issue was a photograph of an early
morning country road the kind you might find yourself
hitchhiking on if you were so adventurous beneath it were the words stay hungry stay foolish it was their
farewell message as they signed off stay hungry stay foolish and I’ve always
wished that for myself and now as you graduate to begin a new I wish that for
you stay hungry stay foolish thank you all
very much i made this video because card games TV
one asked me to so there’s a famous entrepreneur that
you want me to profile leave it in the comments below and we’ll see what we can
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100 thoughts on “Steve Jobs’s Top 10 Rules For Success

  1. Let me correct him. Why he got fired from his own company? Because he didnt own it. He managed it. The company is owned by bunch of investors and shareholders.

  2. Bring back the Nano ipod. Don't frigging tell me what I don't need. I want earphone jack and portable music and music videos for when I travel damn it!!!!!

  3. he talks like he changed the world…..he doestn mention that woz is the man and wozs dad came for the otehr half of apple …and steve said he would pull out if 100 percent went to woz and woz said he didnt really give a shit….he is not apple…apple is steve woz…he is just a very good salesman.

  4. Hi, I like your videos. And I
    really want to see top rules russian workout men Igor Voitenko and about his chanel Road To The Dream. Thanx

  5. 10 Rules we all should adopt., someone said, don't chase money , chase your dream and do what you like doing, master it, money never will be an issue

  6. Sometimes life is going to hit you in the head with a brick…👇
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    Don't lose faith. – Steve Jobs

  7. Please do Sophia amoruso. She’s a different type of entrepreneur than you normally feature. It would be so cool to see.

  8. What he said about good mangers is exactly how it’s gone in my business. Several times in business, the companies I’ve been with decided they needed high level, Ivy League graduate management to come in, and they ALWAYS failed. They know how to talk like a top level executive, and could probably be great professors for college business classes, but they know nothing about the actual business they’re running and how to get things done.

  9. Apparently Apple skipped the 4. and 6. part.
    For apple users ( aka idiots ): apple does it all for money and sells shit.

  10. I've had other plans for tonight but I couldn't stop watching. Thank you for this video about the genius of our time!❤️

  11. HI EVAN! I absolutely love your 10 rules for successes!!! Could you please do one for John D. Rockefeller??????? 🙂

  12. Thank you Steve. I love “Think Different .“ .”Don’t live a limited life.” “You have to trust that the dots will connect in the future..” Love what you do.” “Follow your heart”..Don’t waist your life by living someone else’s dream. Life is too short.” “Stay hunger stay foolish”

  13. Is it that your face I see on my computer screen, shout out to Zapp & Roger for inventing the first facetime computer concept.

  14. Steve jobs he is a good man .since his death date until now .there is no scandal of sexual to anyone in his former life.

  15. Don't do it for money, I love that; I m filmmaker and sometimes when I have a project and want to work with people they always like we want money, but I never think of gaining money by doing film or writing but I m just doing it for passion and I love it and I m always praying Lord to find people who do it for passion.

  16. I'm little confused between two best person quote Steve jobs 6 point 'don't do it for the money' and joker's 'if u r good at something this don't do it free' 😊

  17. It would be nice to do in Spanish Steven Spielberg, Jim Henson and Walt Disney, greetings friends

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