10 lessons from Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs is one of the key figures in the IT field. This truly great entrepreneur can serve as a vivid example for everyone on how to achieve unprecedented heights in business. His inventions and projects had a huge impact on the entire computer industry as a whole, and the Apple company he founded was one of the richest in the world.
Steve Jobs left us in 2011, unable to cope with a terrible disease – cancer. But to his followers, he left a lot of useful tips, which he personally guided in life and business management. Today they have become practically the commandments for everyone to succeed.
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I have always admired simplicity. To create something simple, but incredibly useful, you can’t just ignore all the difficulties. Creating useful simplicity is a great work. You have to work a lot, analyze, compare, exclude everything superfluous from the general picture – and then a product may appear in your hands that will amaze you with its simplicity and genius. It is these products that will always have tremendous popularity among consumers.
Combine creativity and technology
I never attributed myself to either the humanities or the techies. I equally like the one and the other area of activity and thinking. The most useful inventions are created at the intersection of the humanities and the natural sciences, so it is important to be able to combine two areas in your work – creativity and technology, art and science. When a person harmoniously combines the ability to poetry and understanding the work of processors or other similar things – this person is very, very promising.
Collaborate with professionals
I am always honest with the people around me. This applies to both partners and subordinates. If a person does not reach the professional level I need, I will tell him so about it. Perhaps in some situations I am too harsh or even cruel. It may seem so from the outside. In fact, such my behavior is due to the fact that I always strive to work only with professionals, only with the best specialists. Some managers are so polite that people around them can calmly fly away from work and they won’t be anything for it. This is not my management style. But real business is not a club of gentlemen, but a real life in which everything is not always sweet.
Strive for excellence
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When I was a boy, I helped my father build a street fence. And my father taught me that the fence on the inside should be as beautiful and neat as on the outside. I did not immediately understand why this was necessary, because from the inside the fence would not be visible to anyone. My father told me: “But you will know about what he is.” And since then I always and in everything strive for excellence. My internal perfectionism accompanies me everywhere: at work, in family life, in leisure. If you do something, do it perfectly. To achieve perfection the first time few people succeed, but this is normal. Try and redo as many times as necessary so that you can take a look at your product and say: “Yes, it is perfect!”
Follow your intuition
A person will be truly happy only when he does what he loves. Do not follow your parents and other advisors who want you to become a doctor or an economist. If your soul does not lie to this – do not ruin your life. Listen to your heart, only it will tell you what can make you happy. Listen to your intuition even when you make other important decisions in your life. It happens that everything goes according to plan and just about you have to sign a contract with a partner or leave to work in another country. But something is holding you back from this. If you follow your intuition in such a situation, in 90% of cases, in the end, you will say “thank you” to her.
Set your own rules
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Many rules have been invented before you that are imposed on you to comply. If you think in a slightly different way than others (and this skill should be present if you want to “turn the world around”), then the rules already established by someone are not for you. It is impossible to change the world according to the canons prepared by someone. Do not be afraid to break them. Create your own rules. Take a chance.