Essay about Steve Jobs: the Man Who Thought Different Book Review

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Think Different
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living 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 of Apple Inc., NeXT, and Pixar and he was able to do all that because he was the man who thought different. Anyone who owns an Apple product or has seen many of the famous movies
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She has followed Steve’s career for over three decades to write this autobiography. The book is packed with a bunch of information many people did not know about. She got in touch with many people who were affiliated with Steve Jobs in some way. Blumenthal got information from those people and put it in her biography. All of her hard work has brought together this wonderful book that tells about a wonderful man Karen Blumenthal was the perfect person to write this biography. The way Blumenthal described every detail of Steve’s life made me feel that everyone has the potential of becoming of who they truly want to be. All it takes is dedication and being a hard working person. My dream is to become a developer for Apple and reading this book made me feel determined.
With the epic amount of detail writer Karen Blumenthal put into the Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different, the biography is something I would definitely recommend. Instead of reading another fiction story, read this biography of a man who changed not only the world, but my life as well. The book shows how Steve Jobs brought many products into this world that change the way we view