What Can We Learn From Steve Jobs?

Steve Jobs

Who is Steve Jobs?

Steve Jobs was a charismatic innovator of the personal computer age. Jobs founded Apple Inc. with Steve Wozniak in 1976, transforming the company into a global leader in telecommunication services. Widely regarded as an innovator and a visionary, he undertook the launch of such innovative technologies as the iPod as well as the iPhone.


One of Steve Jobs’ greatest accomplishments was being the co-founder of Apple Incorporation. Jobs And Wozniak established Apple Products and developed their first personal computer, in the garage of Jobs’ parents. Apple had released the Apple Two, the first broadly used personal computer throughout the world which led to Jobs’ worth being $239 million after the first day of trading.

What should we learn from him?

Follow your heart and trust that it knows where it’s going

“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. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.” – Steve Jobs

He dropped out from his school but never let his failures overcome his talents. He did whatever he wanted to do. He listened to his heart had never listened to the people who tried to dishearten him. That’s why he became so successful in life. This is the lesson that we should learn from him.

The worst thing that could happen might turn out to be the best thing that could happen

One of the worse things that happened to Steve Jobs was his dismissal from the company. But this thing, later helped him to become stronger. After 10 years he co-founded his company again, and his company became the best in the world. He believed that when someone’s life hits so hard, what they should do is never lose hope. This is the best life lesson that we should learn from Jobs.

Don’t let anything drown out your inner voice.

Knowing that your existence time is limited, he told students, consider deep on how to spend it. “Don’t waste on somebody else’s life,” he said. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s minds. And not let the sound of the opinions of everyone else drown out your own internal voice. Most significant of all, have the bravery to follow your heart as well as intuition. 

Be loyal

Steve Jobs was very loyal to his work and himself. He always worked hard to make his company flourish in the world. He was the co-founder of Apple Inc. and after his dismissal from the company, the company started drowning. After 10 years of him coming back, he worked so hard that his company became the best in the world. This shows how true hard work and loyalty can pay you back. 

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