Revolution in Tech Industry – Steve Jobs
We have heard many inspirational stories of successfull entrepreneurs but there are still some legends those extraordinary humans with sharp minds not only changed their lives but also made things easier for others . Whenever we look back on his childhood struggle it is always going to motiavte us. Lets look back at how Apple founder built a business that brought a Revolution In Tech Industry – Steve Jobs
Steve was Born on 24th feb 1955 at San Francisco, California, to parents who were unable to take care of him, Steve Jobs early life was a struggle for making his identity. His mother decided to put him for adoption immediately after he was born because he was “an unexpected baby”. He started going to college but decided to drop out because it was too expensive. He didn’t have a room, so he use to sleep on the floor in his friends’ rooms, he use return coke bottles in order to buy food, and he use to walk 7 miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple.
One of the early wishes of his parents was academic success. However, young Steve Jobs was far from an academic. Being an intelligent student he wasn’t interested in schooling, aside from a few select classes. Steve was much more interested in phone computers, creating innovative business ideas, and collecting machinery parts with his close friend Steve Wozniak.
Steve Jobs left college after his first year when he was twenty-something year old, because he was unable to find the reason in attending. Over the next few years, he designed a computers in his garage with high school friend Wozniak, eventually building the Apple
Initial success with the Apple 1 pushed Jobs and Wozniak to create bigger and better computers, and by the late 1970s they designed the Apple 2. A high speed business workstation, their computer was a hit in the native California, and Jobs soon became a millionaire from the heavy sales of computers throughout the state, and later the country.
However, things turned hard for Jobs when he tried to expand Apple further, hiring former Pepsi chief executive John Sculley to lead Apple in a new direction. The experienced and clever chief executive had no patience for Jobs controversial and management style, and after just two years, Jobs was ousted from the company he founded.
His dismissal at his own company made him dissappointed, but he was among those who love to struggle. Just a year later, he purchased a struggling animation studio from Star Wars mastermind George Lucas. Jobs himself spent money on the studio for ten years until it produced a fantastic 1997 hit with the movie Toy Story.
He created another company called NeXT, which is specialized in high-end workstations for the business community. Due to commercial failure, it was purchased by Apple a decade later,which helped bringing Jobs back to the company he built. Over the next few years, Jobs went from a small position at Apple company.
” Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works. “- Steven Paul Job
Jobs second period at Apple produced many of the companys most successful devices. From the iPad to the iMac, Jobs led his company to achieve a milestones and grew into the biggest company in the technology sector. Although it took a heavy blow to set Jobs on the right path, but his experience reflects a true genius, and he is regarded as the greatest person in business history.
Steve Jobs’ vision of a “computer for the rest of us” sparked the computer and PC revolution and made Apple an icon of American business and popular brand in the world.
Co-founder of Apple Computer Inc.
“We started out to get a computer in the hands of everyday people, and we succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.”- Steve Jobs
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2011 – BRAVO OTTO
2010 – ACADEMY
2002 – PGA VANGUARD
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1985 – NATIONAL MEDAL OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION