Being positive in life, leads you to follow your dreams; never give up on what you’re doing no matter what it is, having faith in yourself, believe in your ability and that you can do it. This way leads you to score your goals, and to reach up your targets. Example on what I’m saying is Steve Jobs; the co-founder of Apple Inc, Steve was always positive in his life, he succeed although he didn’t have the good environment around him; he was adopted by non-graduated parents. They didn’t have much money to pay for him to go to college, so he dropped of college. When he began to work by himself with his friend, he got fired !! To be fired from your friend that you begin your work with and you trusted him, that really hurts, despite the shock, but he wasn’t affected, he moved on with his life and his dream. All of this circumstances around him didn’t make him weak, but everything that was negative he went through, he turned it into a good reason to move on in his life, he never gave up, he failed so many times, but he used to raise up again and again because he had faith in himself, that he can do it and can be what he is planning to be in the future. Also Tony Hsieh, Tony co-founded Link Exchange, which was sold to Microsoft in 1998, in 1999 he got involved with Zappos as an adviser and investor, and eventually he became CEO. Actually Tony is very similar to Steve, he was positive, he didn’t give up on what he wants; since he was young, he wanted to be a business man, he failed so many times, but he didn’t give up once, ever, when he failed with the warm farm, he tried again with the garage sales, when he found it’s not what he wants he tried to sell newspaper, and he was trying every single moment, he never gave up, he tried his best, and he was doing a great effort just to succeed. Although, in my opinion, despite of the similarity between Steve and Tony, but I believe there is a difference between them, I believe the circumstances of each one were different from the other, I mean Tony had all the good circumstances around him, which helped him in going on in his life, his parents have the ability to pay for him to go to college, and they were beside him courage him in every step he took, they supported him with everything they have, they give him money to
The Life of Steve Jobs
Despite the fact that Steve Jobs was abandoned as a child, he lived a very rewarding life. Steve Jobs was the co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. Jobs lived to be one of the richest men in the world.
Steve’s biological mother, JoAnne Simpson, was not ready for a child, so when she gave birth to her son Steve Jobs in the city of San Francisco he was instantly put up for adoption. The biological father of Steve, a mathematics professor named Abdulfattah…
Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in California USA. Not long after being born was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs. When he completed the bachelor's degree in the institute Homestead Mountain View, Steve Jobs entry at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, but dropped out universities. Also, Steve Jobs was the co-founder and president of Apple Computer, and one of the greatest innovators in the computer industry. In addition, Steve Jobs was the one who revolutionized the world of computers with…
Steve Jobs Outline
Critical Thinking & Problem-Solving
August 10, 2014
Professor Ketsia Mcclease
Steve Jobs Outline
The greatest visionary and leader the late Steve Jobs, he revolutionized the world with his innovations and leadership, he was the leader who brought PC to the mass business sector, then happened to make music players and cell telephones that consumer cherished. His small telephones were packed with so much processing…
Some would say that Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computers Inc., was an exceptional leader. However, there are many who would disagree with that statement. Jobs could define leadership in some aspects, yet he fell short in others. Jobs’ leadership style is difficult to pin down because his position fit very many styles.
Steve Jobs co-founded Apple in 1976 and in 1984 he created the Macintosh, the first small computer with a graphic interface. Unfortunately in 1985 Jobs was forced to leave after…
someone else’s life” (253). The man who changed the world of technology said this in front of thousands of Stanford graduates. All of the interesting work and his life was written in a biography called Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different by Karen Blumenthal. Blumenthal included everything about Jobs from birth to death in this book. The title of the book came from Apple advertisements that said “Think Different.” The main character of the book was obviously Steve Jobs. Jobs was the co-founder…
class what kind of person Steve Jobs was and how a man could create such advanced technology.
Introduction: “June 12, 2005. Stay hungry. Stay foolish. Steve Jobs”
Topic Announcement: Steve Jobs was addressing graduates on how to be successful and shared his life story with everybody in attendance.
Thesis Statement: I will share what I have learned about an historic technologic genius and how he got where he was before he died.
Preview: First I will share what Steve Jobs accomplished, and secondly…
the biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. This books starts from way back in Steve’s childhood and then tells us everything about Steve’s legacy and how he changed the way we see the world today. Steve Jobs was adopted, but he was aware of this at a very early stage of his life. Sometimes, he would cry because he felt he was abandoned, however his parents would tell him they loved him very much and they would strongly emphasis that they choose him specifically, which made Steve feel special…
The movies Jobs and Pirates of Silicon Valley each follow the story of how Apple incorporated
was formed and how it rose to become a central player in the personal computing industry.
The story naturally holds a focus on Apple’s founder, Steve Jobs, revealing much about the
man himself, though the films had notable differences in how they chose to depict Steve Jobs.
In this essay, I will analyze Steve Jobs’ character according to his portrayals in the movies.
At the start of both movies, Steve Jo…
will serve as my sleeping pill for today". But as the story goes, it is very interesting, very inspiring that makes me want to know more about Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.
The movie Pirates of Silicon Valley is a film based on the book "Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer" by Paul Freiberger.
The movie took off w/ Steve Jobs talking to a director, which happened in the middle of a commercial for Apple Computer. The commercial ended w/ a girl running and throwing a hammer to the…
every day, portables and desktops computers. The most popular and dominant operating systems on PC are Windows with over 90% in the market, followed by Mac with a 7.54%. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were two great people and owners of those companies who changed everyone’s life with their technology.
Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were two great American inventors who didn`t finish college. Both inventors were born in The United States the same year but in different states and born in different months. Bill…