The greatest inventors of the 20th century
To many people, Steve Jobs, the former CEO of Apple, was the most creative businessman in the world. He co-founded Apple in the late 1970s and had sereve as its CEO since the late 1990s. Actually, he was also a large shareholder of Disney.
But to Apple buffs, myself included, Steve Jobs was much more than a successful businessman. To us, he was more like an artist. Over the years, Apple has brought us loads of beautifully-designed high-tech gasgets such as iPod, iPhone and MacBook Pro.
He was a great public speaker as well and I recall him saying in a speech, “Don’t waste time living someone else’s life, or living the result of someone else’s thinking.”
Steve Jobs showed us the importance of the courage to follow our own heart and intuition. Many friends of mine totally worship him and study the way Steve Jobs did almost everything. They want to be just like him. When he went on a medical leave from Apple because of a rare form of cancer, we were deeply shocked and worried. And when he passed away in October 2011, we were so saddened by this deep loss. His biography became the #1bestseller immediarely…